Officials of the Asokore Mampong-based European Union funded Project; No Business As Usual (NBU) have equipped Business students of Parkoso Senior High School with tips on how to succeed in the field of business.
The foregoing came into fruition during one of their usual training events held at the hub of the project on Monday 22nd February 2021.
Premised on the likelihood that some (students) may start their own businesses and the need to engage in a start-up after school, implementers of the project through one of their key facilitators Samuel Kwame Amoako taught them on how they can make their products and services accessible to customers.
Other areas were; how to relate to customers, ways to attract customers, how to maintain customers, how to make their products and services suit the interest of customers among others.
Present at the event were the Head of Department (HOD) for Business- Madam Getrude Osei-Owusu, Alex Asoeanyinah who is the Secretary to Management and Mercy Opoku, form , form Mistress all for Parkoso Senior High School.
Addressing the media after the event, Samuel Kwame Amoako touched on the relevance of giving the younger generation early exposure to entrepreneurship Training.
He underscored that offering the youth empowerment training on entrepreneurship helps them to focus their attention, develop their goals in life and work towards them.
He said that though government has come out with some interventional policies to address the situation, a lot still needs to be done.
He called on other Civil Society Organizations to follow the example set by officials of NBU Project by coming on board to assist in building the entrepreneurial capacity of Ghanaian youth.
Giving his impression, Secretary to the Management of Parkoso Senior High School, Alex Asoeanyinah said he was grateful that officials of the project considered their school for the training.
He described the event as purely a career development, expressing optimism that participants will use the skills acquired to develop themselves after school.