Most of us engage ourselves in entrepreneurship without knowing. An entrepreneur is known through his attitude. Entrepreneurship is the act of being capable and willing to develop, organize and manage a business venture along with all the risks it may come with, in order to make a living. Therefore many entrepreneurs can commonly be seen with the starting of a new business. As seen in economics, when entrepreneurship is combined with land, labour, natural resources and capital, the outcome is usually profit.
A key issue here is that the concept of entrepreneurship is marked by innovation and risk-taking and it is paramount in the nation’s ability to succeed in an ever changing and increasingly competitive global market place. We rely on our Rotating and Follow Up Scheme which is set up to ensure access to capital for small economic activities for youth development.