It is Business Entrepreneurship week at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC).
Year one Students of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College have kicked off day one in this week’s Business Entrepreneurship week of activities on Monday March 25.
While speaking to ZIZ about the week’s objective, Lecturer at the school, An
ik Bruno said the Business week activity forms part of the Entrepreneurship and Business students’ Module 3 dubbed “Creativity and Innovation”.
Student at CFBC, Kurvonte Richards, who is also Manager of the company, 10 Arts explained what the business offers and how the business established its name.
He also said that he believes hosting the business week event is beneficial to the students.
Another first year student, Daren Connor shared his thoughts about the Business week and explained how the experience gained from the event can boost the students to become so much more in the future.
The students 10 Arts, Fruit Swirl, Sweet and Savoury Bites, Apiyo Headwear, CAPture and many other creative companies.
The Business Entrepreneurship Week helps to display innovation and creativity through the main characteristics of a good entrepreneur including an independent spirit, courage and professionalism.
Persons are encouraged to patronize the stalls of the students who say they are hopeful that their businesses will blossom into real world organisations.
Plans are also underway to move the Business Week stalls to the Independence Square n Basseterre on Friday to showcase the products and services to the general public.