Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Personal Development
BusinessIQ Philanthropy, is a non-profit organisation, with the mission to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs through the distribution of BusinessIQ (for Teens) magazine in public Secondary Schools and grant for entrepreneurs. We partner with individuals, NGOs, Corporate Organizations and the Government to achieve our goal. So, get involved.
We believe that the young adults in our public secondary schools across Africa should be empowered to take charge of their lives and be exposed to entrepreneurship and leadership, which is widely seen as the driver for economic and employment growth. Our goal is to inspire the spirit of entrepreneurship and leadership in these young ones.
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Prolific writer, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), BusinessIQ Philanthropy , Alfred Ade-Ijimakinwa, on Sunday presented Certificate of Completion at the Skill Acquisition Program to aspiring entrepreneurs, who participated during the event organised by Capacity Development and Skills Enhancement Initiative (CDSEI) in Lagos.
Mr. Ade-Ijimakinwa, who spoke to the would-be entrepreneurs on how to position their businesses, said lecturing the young businessmen and women is part of his effort to give back to the society.
“Giving back to the society is necessity for someone like me. Every morning, 9am, for 2 weeks, I enjoyed speaking to these aspiring entrepreneurs on how to position their businesses. Today we present the Certificate of Completion at the Skill Acquisition Program organised by Capacity Development and Skills Enhancement Initiative (CDSEI),” he said.
It was actually a big opportunity to receive BusinessIQ magazine (for Teens) . I learnt a lot about the inventions from it. Also, the story of Chimamanda inspired me to work harder and be the best I can be. Thank you BusinessIQ Philanthropy for this wonderful magazine.
— Olayinka Emmanuel
BusinessIQ Philanthropy helped in bringing the dream of starting my own business to life through the BusinessIQ magaizne (for Teens). Although I am still in school, I am already inspired to start something and grow it into a big business someday.
— Elizabeth Anyanwu
The journey with BusinessIQ Philanthropy has been really very good. I’ve learnt a lot through the magazine they distributed in my school. It has helped me understand the difference between reading and studying. I believe, I will excel in my studies and in life. Thank you.