Youth Entrepreneurs Share Insights on Radio 786 Interview
To commemorate Youth Day and Month, our MD Rucien Petersen and business owner Matthew Kotze had the honor of being special guests on Radio 786. The conversation revolved around the captivating realms of entrepreneurship and business, with Matthew generously sharing his invaluable insights gained from establishing Labels Aside Craft and navigating the trials and triumphs of being a youth entrepreneur. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Radio 786 and Sitara Khalfey for providing us with the opportunity to contribute to the enrichment of their listeners.
During the engaging interview, Rucien Petersen discussed the transformative power of networking and the application of what one learns. He delved into the challenges faced by business owners and the exciting opportunities that lie within the world of entrepreneurship. Matthew, as the owner of Labels Aside Craft, drew from his personal journey and emphasized the importance of establishing a need before starting any business. His experiences served as an inspiration to aspiring entrepreneurs, highlighting the significance of learning from setbacks and using them as stepping stones to success.
For Rucien Petersen sharing his expertise and experiences is a delight. He firmly believes in the power of inspiration and the importance of supporting young individuals like Matthew Kotze in their entrepreneurial endeavors. By contributing to the conversation on Radio 786, our aim was to ignite a spark of motivation in listeners, encouraging them to pursue their passions and explore the world of entrepreneurship.
As we celebrate Youth Day and Month, it is crucial to recognize the remarkable achievements of young entrepreneurs. The interview on Radio 786 served as a platform to showcase their potential and innovation in the business landscape. We are grateful for the opportunity from Sitara Khalfey to have shared our insights and experiences. Let us continue to nurture and empower the youth, providing them with the guidance and support they need to excel as entrepreneurs and make a lasting impact on our society.