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Presentation – Entrepreneurship Panel

Aryaman Sojitra, India,17 Years Entrepreneur 

Aryaman Sojitra is a Young Entrepreneur from Gujarat. Organizing Youth Events, helping young startups to flourish, imparting knowledge & awareness about world issues and entrepreneurship is what he is passionate about.

 

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A very good morning to everyone present here. Thank you GITC to provide me this opportunity. I am 17 years old who is trying to bring a change in the society. Thank you, the organizing team, for presenting platforms for the young entrepreneurs.

 

There are the economic reasons why people start business but right now I want to say, Work to learn, don’t work to earn. I believe in 4 Ps.

 

  • Passion: Passion is such a strong word. To pursue anything in life you need passion. If you have passion no one can stop you.
  • Practice: If you are passionate about something but you don’t practice, it’s useless.
  • Performance: You are passionate, you practice well but if you don’t perform to your best, you will not be recognized.
  • Patience: Especially in entrepreneurship, you all must be patience. You have to wait for lots of things.

 

When I was 15, I had told my parents that I wanted to do a event in my city. Initially my parents were confused. Many of my friends criticized me. But slowly, I understood we need to be matured with a kid factor. So here are the things you have to be mature about:

 

  • Vocabulary: If you are going to meet anybody from higher authority, you have to change your vocabulary little bit, not too much. You need to start using some professional terms.
  • Visions: The main problem with our teenagers from my country is that they limit their visions around the four corners. They are really creative with big ideas but are fearful what if we don’t succeed. When you limit your vision, you are kind a handicapped.
  • Action: The way you represent your personality matters a lot. So how you behave and dress up set up an impression to the person you are meeting to.

 

When people ask me, what are the qualities of a successful entrepreneur, I always say there is none because everyone is unique. So, a successful entrepreneur knows his core strength and spend time to it further.

 

Entrepreneurship is more about failure. If there are 100 ideas k, there are chances than 98 will fail. So, you need to be prepared and patience. You don’t have to think about other people. Just stick with your idea.

 

Whenever you perceive in any idea, it must be unique and exclusive. Our youths are so innovative that one idea that you think here can already be tried by someone else in another country. So, you need to research about your idea. You need to know the steps to make your plan to the action. It’s really important to know your market, how will you be financing, you need to know everything! How many of you agree time is money? Almost everyone does. So that’s very true. You need to invest your time to do something productive.

 

You have to have self-confidence. Don’t compare yourselves with anyone else. Learn how to communicate well. At the same time learn how to listen. Networking is really necessary. You need to build a good reputation. Be professional so that it proves that you are ready to take the risks.

 

Thank you again GITC for inviting me here. It was a great pleasure.

Call for Applications: Participants for Wai Wai Presents Glocal International Teen Conference 2018

Kathmandu, April 5, 2018: Application is now open for the role of Participant for the second edition of Wai Wai Presents Glocal International Teen Conference scheduled to be held from 31 August to 2 September, 2018 in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Glocal Pvt. Ltd is organizing the conference to create a platform for knowledge and experience sharing where teenagers can learn about leadership, empowerment and social impact through a participatory and interactive environment with their peers from all over the globe. It is an opportunity for teenagers to authentically address issues that are important to them without having to overcome barriers.

The participants will be facilitated with a learning experience that will lead them to become change makers. Not only participants will lead forward to become change makers but they will gain the opportunity of networking with enthusiastic teen leaders from various countries of the world, learn and share their ideas. It also aims to promote cross cultural exchange.

This year we are having 15 amazing teen Speakers and 3 teen Presenters from 8 countries across Globe. The Speakers for Entrepreneurship Panel are Abul Bashar Rahman (Bangladesh), Heet Shah (India), Ahmed Sajidan Jarjis Rafsan (Bangladesh), Sachin Dangi (Nepal). Likewise for Empowerment Panel, we have Rodain Malcolm Richardson (Jamaica), Siddhi Shah (India), Uchizi Phakati (Malawi), Ashna Poudel (Nepal) and Lovia Mireku (Ghana). In the Socio Perspective panel, Sankalp Mohan Sharma (India), Hoang Anh Ngo (Vietnam), Prajesh Khanal (Nepal) and Nada Esmail Saleh Al-Ahdal (Yemen) will be speaking.

Likewise Aryaman Sojitra (India), Lirisha Tuladhar (Nepal) and Lê Nguyễn Minh Khôi (Vietnam) will be giving their presentation in Entrepreneurship, Empowerment and Socio-perspective respectively.

The conference is supported by 25+ partners like Wai Wai, Panchakanya, Coca-Cola, Honda, Toyota, UNDP (Nepal) , EU, Nepal Tourism Board, IMS group, Turkish Airlines and Sparrow SMS.

Eligibility for Participants

  • Should be a teenager (13-19 years of age)
  • Should be enthusiastic to learn, explore and take initiative to create an
    impact
  • Should be able to keep up the spirit of GITC- 2018 and take this opportunity to develop and grow themselves

 

 

 

Program cost: Nepali National: USD 60

International: USD 200

Deadline: 31 May 2018

Speaker and Presenter announcement

This year we are having 15 amazing teen Speakers and 3 teen Presenters from 8 countries across Globe. The Speakers for Entrepreneurship Panel are Abul Bashar Rahman (Bangladesh), Heet Shah (India), Ahmed Sajidan Jarjis Rafsan (Bangladesh), Sachin Dangi (Nepal). Likewise for Empowerment Panel, we have Rodain Malcolm Richarson (Jamaica), Siddhi Shah (India), Uchizi Phakati (Malawi), Ashna Poudel (Nepal) and Lovia Mireku (Ghana). In the Socio Perspective panel, Sankalp Mohan Sharma (India), Hoang Anh Ngo (Vietnam), Prajesh Khanal (Nepal) and Nada Esmail Saleh Al-Ahdal (Yemen) will be speaking.

Likewise Aryaman Sojitra (India), Lirisha Tuladhar (Nepal) and Lê Nguyễn Minh Khôi (Vietnam) will be giving their presentation in Entrepreneurship, Empowerment and Socio-perspective respectively.

The conference is supported by 25+ partners like Wai Wai, Panchakanya, Coca-Cola, Honda, Toyota, UNDP (Nepal) , EU, Nepal Tourism Board, IMS group, Turkish Airlines and Sparrow SMS.