Best Ideas 2020 features all the nominated entries submitted under ‘Submit your Idea’ category. All the entries consist of innovative solutions or propositions for an enterprise that champions the Sustainable Development Goals. They can be on the conceptual, planning, or start-up stage.

Vocational and entrepreneurship education in Tanzania

Stage of Idea idea offered for implementation by others

Explain your idea in details:

Digital technology has transformed how the world learns, communicates and does business. But those who have the most to gain from modern technology are often left without them, despite the vast surplus of devices and hardware that are thrown away every year. In the rural areas many youths are unemployed; for them poverty cycle is an endless. There is no reliable source of income at family level that can enable children from their families to remain is schools and enjoying fruits of education; youths have no way to support income at their family level, they have no knowledge on how to start small business in their area and may be due to lack of capital to do so. Youth unemployment has remained a major challenge, both at global and national level. In Tanzania despite the high rates of economic growth in the past decade averaging at 7%, the rapid advancements in economic growth have not necessarily translated into productive and decent employment significant enough in alleviating poverty among youth. Similarly, there are still rural-urban migrations for youth in search of employment in the cities and urban centers. Through this business we will offer market-relevant entrepreneurship, business, vocational and ICT training directly linked to apprenticeships. Young people aged 18-24 who are heads of households/ caregivers will be provided with education to manage business including entrepreneurship training plus micro franchising. Vocational training gives people skills which can be directly applied depending on their environment and give them instant impact in their socioeconomic life. After they graduated they will be grouped into small business ventures where they will be given star-up kits depending on the business idea they have generated and pitched for approval during graduate and annual summits. All of items and training costs will be a loan to graduate where

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Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development

The following is expected to be an impact of the idea implementation a)Children and young people, who are at risk to dropout or have dropped out of school access, attend formal and informal primary and secondary education. b)Young peoples household resources and ability to withstand shocks are increased through savings and access to credit. c) Young people have increased access to safe and productive employment opportunities. d) Young people have increased access to safe and productive employment opportunities and are playing critical roles in supplementing household income. e) Young people have the necessary skills to access or create employment opportunities. The social impact will be measured by looking how many children have been restored and back to school after the business has started in comparison to the last two years back. Again we will look on how much decent employment opportunities have been created by those who has graduated from the education and vocational training centre by looking how much they are earning now compared to two or three years back. An analysis of social impact will be done by comparing status of the household where the identification has been done, the baseline data and the mid and final data will be used. Qualitatively, we will measure impact from the stories of the beneficiaries on how the program has impacted their lives and elevated them

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Plans for implementation and sustainability

All trainings will use KIOOs existing technical and vocational education training centre buildings, which will reduce running costs while increasing profit. The TOT element is the technical viability as these are staff to be running trainings during and after the support, their payment will be almost low compared to hiring technical staff from big cities who need salary and accommodation, this will return a profit that is sufficient to provide a return to the business while meeting its commitments to business and it has sufficient cash resources to sustain itself through a period when it is not returning a profit. Every enrolled beneficiary will pay registration fee, allowing the project to run itself. The startup kits to be given to early stage ventures through the graduate pitching will be in terms of loan, providing returns of the capital, an annual interest of 12%. The mentor-ship and grooming support and linkages to the established ventures will be charged 5%. Lastly there will be sponsors of our annual start-ups and creative summits. Financial model for this project also made it to be sustainable, the project is designed in the way that on the long run it will be financing itself; every enrolled beneficiary in the program or after school and weekends ICT clubs will pay a small amount to show commitment, while it is seen as commitment to program but to project is seen as sustainability as it gives ability for the project to run itself. Interest to be collected from startup kits given to early stage ventures, the startup kits to be given to early stage ventures through the graduate pitching will be in terms of loan and not gift, so there will be a return of the capital an annual interest of 12%

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Your profile

My name is Edward Bihaga Saimon, Iam an adult born on 5th March, 1978. Iam the executive director for Umoja wa wawezeshaji KIOO and PANITA zonal coordinator with 10 years experience in managing and handling donor funded programs. I have been responsible in communicating and reporting how the project is doing at community level directly to donor, government and organization board of directors. Through that way have been facilitating different workshops in fundraising, project management, strategic planning, human rights and child protection training as to date i have been elected as chairman for Kigoma district child protection team. Also I am the director of the education and vocational training centre that provides remedial/supplementary education for primary and secondary school drop-outs and provision of vocational skills and knowledge that allow disadvantaged /under-saved groups to gain entrepreneurship and technical skills for them to create self employment by capturing existing opportunities around Kigoma region in Tanzania.

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Boniface karanja

September 20, 2020 22:43

Online trainings and courses here at entrepreneurship campus platform, have expanded my thoughts and powered me to restructer my mission too!it is a free mentorship that tells us everything we need to become sustainable entrepreneurs,from building our idea model with a visual map, turning idea into a projec based on sustainable development, it is a privilege being here at entrepreneurship campus,interacting with the globe,expanding my problem solving skills. let's resonate together with this
how did you know that you had the right idea?

what are your lessons?

how do you know adversity over doubt?

drop your Feedback's @www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/18538

until then,LUCK IS WHEN OPPORTUNITY MEETS PREPARATION ! ALL THE BEST!! FROM,
BONIFACE.

September 15, 2020 13:53

Congratulations!
You have an amazing idea, wishing you all the best for implementation.
I will like to share with you 9 Important Steps to Success & Greatness:

1. Know well about your strengths and weaknesses.
2. Don't hesitate to get started.
3. Set long term goals.
4. Breakdown the goals into smaller ones and list some short term ones.
5. Focus on what you want to achieve instead of the limitations.
6. Learn from successful cases first, then innovate.
7. Set metrics to measure your success.
8. Track your progress and review it often.
9. Find a coach if you can.

September 14, 2020 07:30

I like this idea of practical training why don't you consider modern fishing techniques and farming tobacco as a community of girls and women as equal shareholders. These very people who are being exploited could be the trainers themselves and turn their situation around.

Do visit my page and kindly support me idea also
https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/18874/

September 11, 2020 18:42

My co contestants 2020 I welcome you all to the 65 day to 73 Day of our voting and commenting phase

As a budding entrepreneur, I think envision myself asking you much questions than scoring your creative idea via project which I have read and examine and fine it recommendable.

But now I want to ask you, are you focused?
Did you really know what motivate you as an aspiring entrepreneur?
Have you done the on line training?
Or have you under gone the major 8 courses in the online training?
Have you known that the SEC course focus on sustainable entrepreneurship?
Or inspires you in your idea nor project?
Are you unconventional?
Did you know that simplicity is the ultimate perfection?

If you are hundred percent sure of yourself, then why can you start improving on your concept finally

If NO, why did you not take the on line training courses that is free?
Why are not reading the Brains versus Capital book?

Day 65

Campus members, did you in Brazil nobody eats chicken feet? Nor do they eat them in Argentina and the other South American countries. And Brazil and Argentina are among the worlds leading producers of chickens. What happen to the chicken feet there? They are thrown away. You can imagine how the story ends. You can read all about it in a brief report in the Far Eastern Economic review Rial started coordinating the stream of chicken feet going from South America to Asia. He discovered something that already existed and ensured that the chicken feet would be used well?

Day 66

Campus member, how can you recognize that your entrepreneurial design is mature?

The answer is simple, you feel it, deep and intuitively and innately

Day 67

What does innovation really mean? Campus member, this is your question today.

Without mincing word, did you know creating something new using new combinations?

Day 68

Campus member, which of the following examples of Discovering the potential in what is already available were not mentioned in the text of the book Brains versus Capital

Campus member, the answer is the car.

Day 69

Campus member, is Function not Convention part of Brains versus Capital course or Social Entrepreneurship Course?
Please check it out in the online training now.

Day 70

If you want to deal in a product, do not ask about the details, for example about the packaging, wrapping the pallet is, retailers, wholesalers, importers, exporters or other marketing structures simply ask yourself, how can I bring the product from its source to the customer, how can I can organize the process as simply as possible and make use of components?

Campus member, is the above quote under Function, not Convention? Yes, or No?

Day 71

Campus member, is simplicity part of Function, not Convention?

Day 72

Campus member, based on Function, not Convention, is simplicity an ultimate perfection? Is simplify a good principle?
Complexity is it an entrepreneurs enemy?

Day 73

Campus member, how did Joseph Schumpeter define entrepreneurs?

The answer is a Creative destroyers

Day 74

Campus member, how do you rework an old establish process?

Campus member, the answer is that you simply have to begin by fundamentally thinking it through in a new way.

Day 75

Campus member, is Recombining what already exists part of Brains versus Capital Course or Social Entrepreneurship Course?

Check the Brains versus Capital book

September 11, 2020 18:42

My co contestants 2020 I welcome you all to the 65 day to 73 Day of our voting and commenting phase

As a budding entrepreneur, I think envision myself asking you much questions than scoring your creative idea via project which I have read and examine and fine it recommendable.

But now I want to ask you, are you focused?
Did you really know what motivate you as an aspiring entrepreneur?
Have you done the on line training?
Or have you under gone the major 8 courses in the online training?
Have you known that the SEC course focus on sustainable entrepreneurship?
Or inspires you in your idea nor project?
Are you unconventional?
Did you know that simplicity is the ultimate perfection?

If you are hundred percent sure of yourself, then why can you start improving on your concept finally

If NO, why did you not take the on line training courses that is free?
Why are not reading the Brains versus Capital book?

Day 65

Campus members, did you in Brazil nobody eats chicken feet? Nor do they eat them in Argentina and the other South American countries. And Brazil and Argentina are among the worlds leading producers of chickens. What happen to the chicken feet there? They are thrown away. You can imagine how the story ends. You can read all about it in a brief report in the Far Eastern Economic review Rial started coordinating the stream of chicken feet going from South America to Asia. He discovered something that already existed and ensured that the chicken feet would be used well?

Day 66

Campus member, how can you recognize that your entrepreneurial design is mature?

The answer is simple, you feel it, deep and intuitively and innately

Day 67

What does innovation really mean? Campus member, this is your question today.

Without mincing word, did you know creating something new using new combinations?

Day 68

Campus member, which of the following examples of Discovering the potential in what is already available were not mentioned in the text of the book Brains versus Capital

Campus member, the answer is the car.

Day 69

Campus member, is Function not Convention part of Brains versus Capital course or Social Entrepreneurship Course?
Please check it out in the online training now.

Day 70

If you want to deal in a product, do not ask about the details, for example about the packaging, wrapping the pallet is, retailers, wholesalers, importers, exporters or other marketing structures simply ask yourself, how can I bring the product from its source to the customer, how can I can organize the process as simply as possible and make use of components?

Campus member, is the above quote under Function, not Convention? Yes, or No?

Day 71

Campus member, is simplicity part of Function, not Convention?

Day 72

Campus member, based on Function, not Convention, is simplicity an ultimate perfection? Is simplify a good principle?
Complexity is it an entrepreneurs enemy?

Day 73

Campus member, how did Joseph Schumpeter define entrepreneurs?

The answer is a Creative destroyers

Day 74

Campus member, how do you rework an old establish process?

Campus member, the answer is that you simply have to begin by fundamentally thinking it through in a new way.

Day 75

Campus member, is Recombining what already exists part of Brains versus Capital Course or Social Entrepreneurship Course?

Check the Brains versus Capital book

September 10, 2020 19:55

GREETINGS!
THANK YOU IN ADVANCE ONCE AGAIN FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT!
  Hospitality sector play a big role in our society as a ladder to employments,jobs,opportunities, harmonising people in socialising, celebrations..etc
while international organizations and national governments push for setting this new term 'new Normal', we should not forget the essentials that comprise the values and objectives we all as an international community have committed to fulfill and pursue working from a common goal from a common ground, despite the changes new normal will come with.You are hereby invited to support best initiatives,innovations,guidelines that will H-E-L-P REOPEN OUR HOSPITALITY INDUSTRIES SECTOR by;
a) VOTING!, b)COMMENTING!, c)SHARE!
  Kindly consider Linking @www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/18538

September 10, 2020 15:32

I welcome you my co contestant to the month of September and am wishing you success in this competition.
My fellow contestant , this is my interactive guide from Day 65 to Day 74 for you.

There are painters who make a yellow spot out of the sun.
But there are other who through their artistry and intelligence
Make the sun out of a yellow spot
Campus members did you know it is PABLO PICASSO

I want you to share it to others

Day 65

Campus member who make this quote below?

The real discovery is not finding unknown territory, but seeing things with new eyes.

Do you know that is MARCEL PROUST?

Day 66

Campus member do you know how can you recognize that your entrepreneurial design is mature?

The answer is you feel it, does inspire yourself.

Day 67

Campus member do you know what does innovation really mean?

Campus member the answer is creating something new using new combination

Day 68

Campus member do you know which of the following examples of discovering the potential in what is already available were not mentioned in the text?

Campus member read Brains versus Capital, the answer is the car.

Day 69

Campus member did you know that Function not Convention is already part of the brains versus Capital source help in aspiring us to gain the vital talents and build our mindset to recognize and develop our idea and projects?

Day 70

Campus member do you know that in his wildest dreams he would not have imagined that this could be altered so radically. He told me, It was necessary to have someone like you, a total outsider, who could analyze the accustomed processes without any undue deference.

Campus member do you know you get the quote above in the book Brains versus Capital?

Day 71

Simplicity is a good principle. Complexity is the entrepreneurs enemy. If you believe that paring down the simplify are too basic, not impressive enough, and not at all ground, then remember Leonardo da Vinci

Simplicity is the ultimate perfection, campus member heck out brains versus capital

Day 72

Campus member did you know how did Joseph Schumpeter define entrepreneurs?

Campus members, he defined entrepreneurs as creative destroyers

Day 73

Campus member how do you rework an old establish process?

Campus member do you know?

The answer is you begin by fundamentally thinking it through in a new way

Day 74

Campus member do you know what is the founders enemy

Campus member the answer is complexity
Campus member I want you all to read brain vs capital.

September 9, 2020 04:07

How to acquire the abilities to go beyond the call of duty in what we do is not just a leadership question but rather a fundamental matter, which should appeal to everyone. While asking oneself and responding to the question "what motivates you as entrepreneur", one should also ask himself why am I doing what I am doing?
Many companies set targets and deadlines, and they realize them, in most of the cases. However you will hear the personnel talking about burn-outs, absenteeism, etc. Understanding why we are doing what we are doing is the only way that can give us a success without stain. We will be able to turn the situation around, to turn work into fun. This simply means to get more votes and more comments because we will have understood the why, carrying the public with us like a dance in "the universal music of love".

Thank you

Chicken 4All Ltd

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/17279/

September 8, 2020 23:30

Greetings! Again best of luck to everyone!and here share encouraging words with all campus entrepreneurs intending to grow, it is important for us to sportively accept failures as different possibilities.As great entrepreneurs we have to do this and tell others they need not worry about failures.In fact the best of entrepreneurs do follow their ideas/projects at the cost of repeated failures,because every missed steps will get us closer to success.we must be willing to take certain risks,so that we learn from our mistakes and become capable enough to answer questions correctly to make investors feel comfortable with our dedicated ideas/projects.This shows us why if someone approaches us as entrepreneurs in future with an idea's project,we wun't immediately reject it as ineffective but work together in an innovative way by permitting him/her to think around the idea and determine if it really makes sense and if something goes wrong we wunt discourage that person,instead we will be grateful for learning something new,gain experience and learn from such meetings like this that linked us all here(entrepreneurshipcampus.org!)Thanks be to them again,for this campus has encouraged us all to take more risks by analyzing every aspect of that risk.You all are welcomed to view sustainable Mobile tap bartending cart,link

@www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/18538

Your can support by a vote!feedback! And share too!I believe together we can h-e-l-p change the world from a common goal of sustainability from a common ground.

September 3, 2020 23:51

Hello cocontestants! Today i support you by sharing
STEPS TO GOALS!
If you want to have the commitment of your idea/project make sure you creates a list of things that you do to turn project/ideas into reality ,tegether lets Realise it!
There are several types of questions you can make answer:

What is the idea?
What makes this such a great idea?
What are the benefits of this idea?
What is the value in this idea?
What is a concrete version of this idea?
How can we execute this idea today or tomorrow?

Can we increase the value of this idea?
Can we take away the downsides of this idea?
For who is this idea intended?
Why would they want this idea?
What can we add to make it even better?

What do we need to realise this idea?
What are the steps that we need to take to execute this idea?
Who is going to do H-E-L-P CHANGE THE WORLD TO A SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GROWTH?
Answering the questions above is just a simple way to help you/team to turn idea/project into concrete action oriented steps.
test your ideas, look for and be receptive to feedback and make sure you always end up with something concrete a business model, sketch, website, plan to show that you are getting results.
@https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/18538
Hope this will add to my previous support on implementing your brilliant idea/project.

September 2, 2020 18:40

My dear [email protected] and entrepreneurship education in Tanzania , I am happy for the journey so far for all of us. It is September and perhaps we are in the middle of this great campus. In view of this, I am using this medium to thank you for supporting my idea with your comments and votes. I want you to understand that your support is very important to me and the people my idea seek to serve. Once again, to add to all my other comments on your idea, I am sharing with you further tips on traits of being a successful entrepreneur and how to acquire them.

If you are pursuing a dream for becoming a young successful entrepreneur you should know that there is no given recipe for becoming like one of the famous persons that inspire and motivate you all the time. However, there are some characteristics, which successful people share, that can be considered as the main ingredients or the salt and pepper of champion entrepreneurs.

History has shown that some people were at the right time at the right moment, while entrepreneurs have confirmed something else. No matter what the moment was, the ones who took risks succeeded.

According to entrepreneur.com successful people have the following traits:
Determined, Not afraid to take risks, Confident, Constant learners, Know how to deal with failure, Passionate about their businesses, Highly adaptable, Understand money management, Networking experts and Great at selling and promoting

Meanwhile, investopedia.com shares a list that includes these traits:
Passion and motivation, Risk taking, Self-belief, hard work and discipled dedication, Adaptability and flexibility, Money management, Business and market understanding, Planning, Networking abilities, They include failure in their plans and They kind of doubt themselves

I hope you will derive some benefits from this.

Finally, I have voted and commented on your idea; please consider supporting my idea with your votes and comments @https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/17094/

Best of luck in your implementation.

September 1, 2020 15:51

My [email protected] Edward, Happy Month of September you. Two months into voting and commenting stage in the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship competition, I really appreciate every one of us for how far we have come in this competition and still going. Once more, in addition to my previous comments on your idea, I am again sharing an article from the campus competition on the need to focus on support each other ideas and projects with comments.

Comments are an important part of the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition. One single comment is the first step for getting involved with the Entrepreneurship Campus community.

They help the campus community to be more dynamic and interactive. They create bonds between the campus members and they can also be the ground for dialogue and even long lasting friendships. In our daily life, we all enjoy comments that other people leave on our posts, either in social media posts or in blog posts. A comment, even a smiley face has the power to makes us feel good.

But, in the case of the campus competition, besides the fact that comments make us feel good and confident, comments are really helpful, because they can also provide free advice to our ideas and projects.

Also as highlighted by a recent article in the blog section of the campus competition on the importance of comments, two out of the five points of the Personal Activity Indicator are the following
1. The entrant personal engagement among the Entrepreneurship Campus community by commenting and giving advice to other entries.
2. The number of meaningful comments the entrant idea and project has received from the online Entrepreneurship Campus community.

Therefore, we must think about comments as a tool that can bring value to the person that reads it. It is true that this is a competition, but our ideas and projects will continue their development even when this edition of the Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition will end.

As a campus member, each of us would like to read meaningful suggestions and opinions about our specific entry. Hence, we on our part must post honest, unbiased, helpful, and unique comments on others projects and ideas. How

After reading someone else idea or project, you can express your opinion about the entry, congratulate the user for his or her initiative and efforts, or suggest something that would help the further development of the entry. Every single comment we post must be unique just like each of the ideas and projects is.

I hope this benefits our activities in the campus. In view of the above, I am requesting you to please consider voting and commenting on my idea Eduheal should you come online soon @ https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/17805/

Thank you for supporting my idea with your votes and comments

August 29, 2020 16:15

At the real beginning of a business, we do not need to understand much of the established ways of doing business. What matters the most is the reason why you want to become an entrepreneur. What really motivates the entrepreneur is the key-question. This question unfolds before my eyes, over and over again. I wish it would have been the case for each contestant on this platform. But what does it mean? The answer is not that much difficult. We need to confront our hypotheses to reality. Your business will survive or fade away depending on whether your motivation was based on a solid ground or merely on a simple assumption according to which everyone can become an entrepreneur.

Chicken 4All Ltd

https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/17279/

August 29, 2020 14:34

Concentrate your energies, your thoughts and your capital. The wise man puts all his eggs in one basket and watches the basket.
Andrew Carnegie
No man will make a great leader who wants to do it all himself or get all the credit for doing it.
Andrew Carnegie
Today is neunundzwanzig August zweitousendundzwanzig
I am out today to constructively educate and share my educative comments in our entrepreneurial platform for my co contestants and budding entrepreneur, but preceding quotes above
Day 52
If you want to do something really interesting and revolutionary, learn to ignore your customers
Most customers function like rear view mirrors.
They are extremely conservative and boring,
Lack imagination
And do not know their own minds

Did you know who formed the quote above? Campus members I urges All of You to Search in Brains versus Capital.
Day 53
The verdict is that it is much too fast to go from initial idea directly into business administration implementation. The potential created by working through the initial idea into a well thought out and mature entrepreneurial design should not be neglected.
Which page can the above be found in the Brains versus Capital book?
Day
Did you know what is the most important for good entrepreneurial design?
Did you know the answer is systematic work?
Day 55
Did you know you are sparring partner for someone who wants to open an Upper Egyptian restaurant? What do you ask her?
Did you know you want to manage a restaurant?
Why an Upper Egyptian restaurant?
Day 56
Did you know what the most best step is after getting your initial idea?
I think entrepreneurially that it is to discover what really motivates you about the idea.
Day 57
Campus members and co contestants 2020, Did you know what is the seven techniques for working out an entrepreneurial design part of Brains versus Capital course or social entrepreneurship course?

August 28, 2020 19:28

Fantastic [email protected] and Entrepreneurship education in Tanzania. your idea providing vocational and entrepreneural training for heads of households in Tanzania for me is quite playsible. This in my opion is because many business fail to reach their one year birthday due to lack of vital skills such as the ones your idea seek to offer.

In addition to your idea dear, I wuggest that if possible, also refer your beneficiaries to sign up in the entrepreneurship competition to learn from the campus online training also and by this you would have used one stone to empower several birds in this case.

Finally, should you be online soon, please consider supporting my idea Eduheal aimed at providing 13 million out of school nigerias with access to education. Please support @https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/17805/

Thank you and have a wonderful implementation of your idea

August 28, 2020 19:26

I am back again to educate all contestants 2020 in this SUSTAINABLE FUTURE PLATFORM
Please take your time to read through and answer the below questions from me to you in this commenting and sharing phase

Day 46
Campus members did you know that laboratory on the other hand, the idea is questionable and examinable and refinable?

Please I want you to read this from Brains versus Capital.

Day 47

Our desires
Are intimations of that
That lie within us.
They are the heralds of what
We will be able to achieve

Campus members did you know that
The person who created this above?

Campus members did you know that
That it was JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE created that comment?

Day 48

Campus members did you know that according to Leonardo da Vinci, wherein lies the ultimate accomplishment?

Campus members did you know that is simplicity?

Day 49

Campus members did you know that we need to found a company?

Campus members did you know that it is well conceived and considered and matured concept?

Day 50

Campus members did you know that Tea is expensive but why?
Read Brains versus Capital

The answer is numerous intermediate trade stages.

Day 51

Campus members did you know that
Whether Finding out what really motivate the founder is the second assignment from the BvC course?

Please do it now

Day 52

Campus members did you know that, why do you want to run a restaurant? Because you are fascinated by Upper Egypt?

Please I want you all to read the book Brains versus Capital

Day 53

Campus members did you know that , most customers function like rear view mirrors.
They are extremely conservative and boring and lack imagination and do not know their own minds.

Campus members did you know that do you know how many people quoted the above quote?

Day 54

Campus members did you know that what is the most important for good entrepreneurial design?

Campus members did you know that do you know it is systematic work?

Day 55

Campus members did you know that, you are sparring partner for someone who wants to open an upper Egyptians restaurant, what do you ask her?

Campus members did you know that they are, why do you want to manage a restaurant? Why an upper Egyptian?

Day 56

What is the best next step after getting you initial idea?

Campus members did you know that it is to discover what really motivate you about this idea?

Day 57

Campus members did you know that if the seven techniques for working our an entrepreneurial design I the third assignment for the BvC course on the on line training section or not?

Please read all this and apply it to your ideas and projects and refine it and implement it and become a successful start up, thank you.

I am back again to educate all contestants 2020 in this SUSTAINABLE FUTURE PLATFORM
Please take your time to read through and answer the below questions from me to you in this commenting and sharing phase

Day 46
Campus members did you know that laboratory on the other hand, the idea is questionable and examinable and refinable?

Please I want you to read this from Brains versus Capital.

Day 47

Our desires
Are intimations of that
That lie within us.
They are the heralds of what
We will be able to achieve

Campus members did you know that
The person who created this above?

Campus members did you know that
That it was JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE created that comment?

Day 48

Campus members did you know that according to Leonardo da Vinci, wherein lies the ultimate accomplishment?

Campus members did you know that is simplicity?

Day 49

Campus members did you know that we need to found a company?

Campus members did you know that it is well conceived and considered and matured concept?

Day 50

Campus members did you know that Tea is expensive but why?
Read Brains versus Capital

The answer is numerous intermediate trade stages.

Day 51

Campus members did you know that
Whether Finding out what really motivate the founder is the second assignment from the BvC course?

Please do it now

Day 52

Campus members did you know that, why do you want to run a restaurant? Because you are fascinated by Upper Egypt?

Please I want you all to read the book Brains versus Capital

Day 53

Campus members did you know that , most customers function like rear view mirrors.
They are extremely conservative and boring and lack imagination and do not know their own minds.

Campus members did you know that do you know how many people quoted the above quote?

Day 54

Campus members did you know that what is the most important for good entrepreneurial design?

Campus members did you know that do you know it is systematic work?

Day 55

Campus members did you know that, you are sparring partner for someone who wants to open an upper Egyptians restaurant, what do you ask her?

Campus members did you know that they are, why do you want to manage a restaurant? Why an upper Egyptian?

Day 56

What is the best next step after getting you initial idea?

Campus members did you know that it is to discover what really motivate you about this idea?

Day 57

Campus members did you know that if the seven techniques for working our an entrepreneurial design I the third assignment for the BvC course on the on line training section or not?

Please read all this and apply it to your ideas and projects and refine it and implement it and become a successful start up, thank you.

I am back again to educate all contestants 2020 in this SUSTAINABLE FUTURE PLATFORM
Please take your time to read through and answer the below questions from me to you in this commenting and sharing phase

Day 46
Campus members did you know that laboratory on the other hand, the idea is questionable and examinable and refinable?

Please I want you to read this from Brains versus Capital.

Day 47

Our desires
Are intimations of that
That lie within us.
They are the heralds of what
We will be able to achieve

Campus members did you know that
The person who created this above?

Campus members did you know that
That it was JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE created that comment?

Day 48

Campus members did you know that according to Leonardo da Vinci, wherein lies the ultimate accomplishment?

Campus members did you know that is simplicity?

Day 49

Campus members did you know that we need to found a company?

Campus members did you know that it is well conceived and considered and matured concept?

Day 50

Campus members did you know that Tea is expensive but why?
Read Brains versus Capital

The answer is numerous intermediate trade stages.

Day 51

Campus members did you know that
Whether Finding out what really motivate the founder is the second assignment from the BvC course?

Please do it now

Day 52

Campus members did you know that, why do you want to run a restaurant? Because you are fascinated by Upper Egypt?

Please I want you all to read the book Brains versus Capital

Day 53

Campus members did you know that , most customers function like rear view mirrors.
They are extremely conservative and boring and lack imagination and do not know their own minds.

Campus members did you know that do you know how many people quoted the above quote?

Day 54

Campus members did you know that what is the most important for good entrepreneurial design?

Campus members did you know that do you know it is systematic work?

Day 55

Campus members did you know that, you are sparring partner for someone who wants to open an upper Egyptians restaurant, what do you ask her?

Campus members did you know that they are, why do you want to manage a restaurant? Why an upper Egyptian?

Day 56

What is the best next step after getting you initial idea?

Campus members did you know that it is to discover what really motivate you about this idea?

Day 57

Campus members did you know that if the seven techniques for working our an entrepreneurial design I the third assignment for the BvC course on the on line training section or not?

Please read all this and apply it to your ideas and projects and refine it and implement it and become a successful start up, thank you.

August 27, 2020 19:52

The revenue and expenses assumption for the project will be training fees, contribution and loan which will be paid back to project with interest. This means that beneficiaries will be paying for their services. After graduation graduates will be grouped into production groups depending to their professionalism and where they came from. When they are in those groups they will be given star-up kits/capital. For each small business venture after they have pitched their idea will be awarded capital (this capital will be in terms of loan and not gift). All of these items will be provided to beneficiaries as a loan that will be required to restore a little after starting production. It is expected that vocational graduates will begin production and refund the given capital with interest in a period of 6 months while business management trainee will begin production and refund within a three-month period. It has been argued that interest rates will be cheaper compared to other projects as it will be 12% of the money taken. An example of a US$ 2,273 group will be US$ 273 a monthly interest rate worth US$ 3,273.12 per year. So this group will repay US$ 5,546.12 as capital and profitability. In order to achieve this project with a total of US$ 652,200 a total of US$ 652,200 is needed for the completion of various activities as shown in project projection excel sheet.
Other sources of revenues for the idea will be entrance fee that will be charged to ICT students that will be seen as commitment to the program while for the project will be an income. There will be two types of students to be enrolled at the centre, there are those who will be enrolled for ICT, vocational and business management for 6 and 3 months and the second group will be of primary and secondary school students to be enrolled into after school and weekends ICT clubs. The vocational students will be paying enrollment for of US$ 17 each month that makes a total of US$ 104 for the 6 months. By the begging we will enroll 200 students who will make an income of US$ 20,800 for the period of 6 months. And for the After school and weekends clubs students will be enrolled for US$ 9 per month and we are planning to start with 300 students that will make an income of US$16,200 for the period of 6 months. Therefore for 6 months we will be earning US$ 37,000 for the first 6 months and for the first two years we will earn US$148,000.

Implementation of this idea will be done at KIOO education and vocational training centre. Currently the centre has 14 classrooms that will be used for implementation of the idea. In order for the idea to be implemented we need computers and its accessories for the ICT training and other training materials. Vocational and Education Authorities in Tanzania will be our partners during implementation of these idea.

August 27, 2020 17:53

Amazing [email protected] and entrepreneurship education in Tanzania. Your idea is quite a wonderful one. However, I suggest you consider the following where you need to further refine the idea for implementation

How will you make money through this idea
Whom will you collaborate in executing the idea
What are the tools and processes you will need to execute your idea

Finally, please understand that in the campus online training, you will acquire the necessary skills needed to implement your idea successful so, I encourage you to enrol in the training.

Also please consider supporting me with your votes and comments @https://www.entrepreneurship-campus.org/ideas/26/17094/

Best of luck in your implementation phase