During Global Entrepreneurship Week, we aim to raise awareness about the potential of innovation and entrepreneurship to grow our economy, create jobs and teach people to think like problem-solvers and see opportunities where others don't.
Everyone in Zambia regardless of which part of the country one is coming form has a role to play, whether it be by hosting an event highlighting innovation, teaching a class of school kids about entrepreneurship, showcasing entrepreneurial role models, participating in a discussion about developing a culture of entrepreneurship in Zambia, showing your clients the entrepreneurial elements of your business and more.
Go to our ideas section to see great ideas on ways to participate or attend some of our many partner events happening around the country and other parts of the world or contact email@example.com.
For one week, millions of young people around the world will join a growing movement of entrepreneurial people, to generate new ideas and to seek better ways of doing things. Countries across six continents are coming together to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, an initiative to inspire young people to embrace innovation, imagination and creativity. To think big. To turn their ideas into reality. To make their mark.
From 16 - 22 November 2009, Global Entrepreneurship Week will connect young people everywhere through local, national and global activities designed to help them explore their potential as self-starters and innovators. Students, educators, entrepreneurs, business leaders, employees, non-profit leaders, government officials and many others will participate in a range of activities, from online to face-to-face, and from large-scale competitions and events to intimate networking gatherings.
Through this initiative, the next generation of entrepreneurs will be inspired and can emerge. In doing so, they will begin to acquire the knowledge, skills and networks needed to grow innovative, sustainable enterprises that have a positive impact on their lives, their families and communities.
Global Entrepreneurship Week 2008 was a great success and a brilliant example of what can be achieved by bringing together different ideas and cultures around the theme of enterprise. In 2009, we aim to unleash young people's ideas around the issues that matter most to society, from poverty reduction through to climate change, and to foster a global culture which recognises entrepreneurs as drivers of economic and social prosperity.
This is the vision of Make Your Mark, the UK's campaign to give young people the confidence, skills and ambition to make their ideas happen, and the Kauffman Foundation, the world's leading foundation for entrepreneurship.
Our vision is also supported by a network of leading international organisations in the entrepreneurial and youth sectors. Read more about our Global Partners.
Support the WeekThis unique global campaign can only be possible with the support of like-minded global companies. Read more about sponsorship opportunities.