Bank Windhoek encourages Bizzkids to think big

Bank Windhoek believes that the sooner someone is exposed to entrepreneurship and business in general, the sooner that person will lose the fear for the unknown. Youth entrepreneurship involves acquainting young people with the realities and opportunities of small-business employment and ownership.
Today, many aspiring entrepreneurs prefer to enter into low-risk businesses, such as shebeens, salons, barber shops, cuca shops and dress-making amongst others, which in most cases do not generate the desired profit margins, but as long as the business break even and the owner can afford to feed his/her family and pay for all the basic necessities, including paying for school fees. Namibians need to shift their mindset from that of being followers to that of being creators and innovators