How Keroche Foundation is growing young entrepreneurs

This model validates the concept that government should pay attention to and give incentives for large companies to nature young entrepreneurs by taking them through an incubation processes, through to start-up and growth.
Research has shown time and again that majority of micro-enterprises, mostly owned by individual members of a family, are held back by internal institutions such as culture, traditions and negative social ties.
The impact of the nine graduands has been significant. Besides creating jobs, they too are getting into helping others in their own CSR initiatives

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