Underserved Community Eager to Learn and Grow their Business

24th June 2019 0 comments Elsie Ong Categories Highlights

Last Saturday, our 3rd Taylor’s-CIMB Islamic Entrepreneurship Program kick-started with almost 150 Entrepreneurs for Education Phase 1. Our students comprised of members from the PPR (low cost housing area) Community, singles parents and people with disabilities (PWD). The main objective for this Program remain, as teaching them to fish for themselves in a sustainable way in hopes to break the poverty cycle, covering 3 aspects including:

The students’ excitement and eagerness to learn and improve was evidently seen when they arrived 1 to 2 hours earlier than our class commencement time, lining up for registration. We were truly humbled and encouraged by their spirit and tenacity wanting to make a difference from themselves. The entire Education Phase will equip and empower them with the necessary knowledge and equipment to build a sustainable living for their families.

“Was the class helpful for the improvement of your business?”

Through the first class, they learnt about setting Business Objectives and Goals, and identifying Business Challenges and Risks. 99% of the members mentioned that these lessons were practical for the improvement of their business. Moreover, our entrepreneurs identified that the additional bonus about this program included having a strong networking system that motivates and encourages them to face challenges and succeed.

Overall, the first session was filled with positive energy and ended on a high note. We are really looking forward to what’s coming up next with this batch of students!

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