The L’AINE Foundation has trained Circuit supervisors/GES Officers and teachers to help develop the entrepreneurial traits of students in various schools.
The officers, who are to serve as patrons of entrepreneurship clubs in their respective schools, were taken through the modalities of patron selection, responsibilities of patrons, benefits to the patron, membership qualification procedures of the club. They were also educated on governance of an entrepreneurship club, as well as rights and responsibilities of members.
Speaking to Mr. Daniel Annang, Marketing Manager of L’AINE Services, he said that the Foundation is to develop future entrepreneurs regardless of their interests, knowledge or skills. He added, “There are a number of projects that we are working to roll out including entrepreneurial clubs, an entrepreneurial center, business incubation/start-up management, training programmes for SMEs, and the establishment of small modern technical and vocational centers (TVCs) in JHS & SHS across the country.”
Set with the vision to become the largest entrepreneurial hub in West Africa, L’AINE Foundation seeks to industralise the West African market through excellent technical, vocational and entrepreneurial skills training and development, and to transform the West African economy from a raw material based economy into a finished-good producing economy through the development of entrepreneurs.