2011 Chase Bank Enablis ILO Business Launchpad

The Enablis Entrepreneurial Network East Africa, Chase Bank and the International Labour Organization launched the annual business plan competition aimed at supporting emerging and existing entrepreneurs on July 5th 2011.

The 2011 competition got a boost when the ILO’s Youth Entrepreneurship Facility generously increased their sponsorship to share the title sponsorship with Chase Bank.

The competition is also supported by Inoorero University, Business Daily, Safaricom Foundation, MobiKash, Rhino Special Products and the Kenya ICT Board.

The competition is a platform for Kenyans with business ideas to realize their dreams.

For further information, visit http://www.yipekenya.org/2011 Chase Bank Enablis ILO Business Launchpad.htm

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Yipe an acronym for the Youth Interactive Portal for Enterprise is an organization that assists entrepreneurs to start up and manage their small businesses.

8 Responses to 2011 Chase Bank Enablis ILO Business Launchpad

  1. MASHETI KERERI says:

    Hi. am from ministry of Entrepreneurship of World Youth Parliament. How can members of the W.Y.P. be part of this good initiative?

  2. Give details of the on going business plan competition

  3. Richard Chepsigor says:

    I participated last year and to date no regrets showing that my business plan did not go through and you are announcing another. Could you please during your training tell the trainees what is needed to win in this competition because some of us are worried after trying so many times. Also extend the training period to be a peat longer not hours as you used to.

  4. Jacob says:

    I am learning of this now, very nice initiative let me scramble to put something together see if I can make it for the training. @Richard do they communicate their regrets?

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  6. perminus nyaundi says:

    give alerts for 2012 competition

  7. perminus nyaundi says:

    keep alerting us on 2012 competition…bravo 4gud work ure doing

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