“Entrepreneurship is important, as it has ability to improve standards of living and create wealth, not only for entrepreneurs but also for related businesses leading to economic growth
The Sunday Express
Vessels of Virtue, a thriving Pan African non-profit organisation will be recognising active leaders, social entrepreneurs, and stakeholders from all over the world – as it hosts its first Global Entrepreneurship Awards ceremony on the 18th of November 2021 in Sandton.
The Vessels Global Entrepreneurship Awards aim to appreciate and honour the change makers and entrepreneurs who have defied the odds in these turbulent, especially during the pandemic.
With a panel of the finest adjudicators and judges whom some are successful small enterprise owners themselves, this magnificent ceremony will present a broad poll of categories.
Categories include awards for women in leadership, Pan African leader, emerging leader, upcoming SME and start-up, outstanding social entrepreneur, and Pillar of the community to name a few.
“Entrepreneurship is important, as it has ability to improve standards of living and create wealth, not only for entrepreneurs but also for related businesses leading to economic growth. It is of utmost importance to incorporate leaders, entrepreneurs and community builders at grassroots level as well”, said Precious Nyarambi, Social Entrepreneur and Founder & Director at Vessels of Virtue.
These awards are not limited to age, gender or demographic.
The Vessels of Virtue Global Entrepreneur awards also called upon the public to nominate and vote their outstanding entrepreneurs in any industry on its website.
Award winning entrepreneurs will receive the following;
- Further Business Coaching, Mentorship, and Investment Readiness Program
- Holiday Voucher
- Access to Business Pitching and Investment opportunities.
Vessels of Virtue recognises the tireless hard work, sleepless nights, vision and outstanding achievements of small businesses and enterprises, and want to keep on building a legacy where it’s possible for entrepreneurship to thrive and be recognised in Africa.
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