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What if Entrepreneurship Were a Career?

This platform is geared towards families seeking both a support network and guidance to cultivate their children’s entrepreneurial aspirations.

We welcome you to our supportive, judgment-free community where you can gain access to practical, adaptable resources to facilitate your child’s post-secondary transition in a rapidly changing world.

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It takes a village.

As the likely first supporters and investors of very young entrepreneurs, parents play a critical role in the youth entrepreneurship ecosystem.

We recognize that the decision to pursue entrepreneurship can weigh heavily on youth and their families alike.

As much as very young entrepreneurs need support, so, too, do those who are closest to them and who embark on a parallel journey.

Join this network and find out how you could support your child’s first steps on their entrepreneurial pathway.

FREE eBOOK:

Secure your child's future and prepare them for life in the real world.

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"TITLE: Parenting the Boss"

Because parents are central role-players in very young entrepreneurs’ lives, it is necessary to consider how their children’s entrepreneurial journeys affect them.

Chronicling the experiences of five African families, this book:

  • Shares first hand accounts of navigating the entrepreneurship space as families.
  • Offers advice to parents from parents of very young entrepreneurs.
  • Underscores the relationship between family support and entrepreneur success.

Very often, parents are the first investors in their children’s ventures. They are their educators and coaches at home, their most ardent evangelists once they buy-in, and most importantly, they celebrate and take pride in their children’s success, arguably more than anyone else.

So, who better than to be the voices of this book then the parents themselves?

Join this network and find out how you could support your child’s first steps on their entrepreneurial pathway.

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Get valuable resources every month

The Anzisha Parent Community newsletter provides tools for parents to create a more enabling environment for their children. Here are some of what you’ll receive on a regular basis:

  • Tools and strategies to foster lifelong entrepreneurial skills in your children
  • Parent-focused research and resources
  • Opportunities to share your experiences with other families
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Excellence should be celebrated

This annual award seeks to celebrate a “Forgotten Stakeholder” in the life of a very young African entrepreneur. Do you know a parent modeling the kind of support that is enabling the success of their child as an entrepreneur? Help us identify and celebrate African parents who exemplify what it means to enable a very young entrepreneur!

Updates coming soon in our newsletter!

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