DAIC & DYBT collaborate on Mentorship Program for Young Entrepreneurs

Theresa Campbell-Carbon, Executive Director DAIC (right) and Mc Marara Joseph, Enterprise Development Officer, DYBT
Theresa Campbell-Carbon, Executive Director DAIC (right) and Mc Marara Joseph, Enterprise Development Officer, DYBT

The Dominica Association of Industry & Commerce (DAIC) and the Dominica Youth Business Trust (DYBT) join forces to provide mentors to young entrepreneurs in Dominica.

The DYBT Mentorship Program is one of the many initiatives of the Trust geared at empowering the youth in realizing their entrepreneurial potential by facilitating access to training, technical support and financial assistance towards the development of viable businesses.

DAIC’s members will now have the opportunity to provide mentors to young entrepreneurs as part of this joint venture between the two organizations.
DAIC members will bring in practical experiences and expertise that will assist young entrepreneurs in enhancing their business acumen in a way that grows and sustains their businesses.

The DYBT is an accredited member of the Youth Business International (YBI) and mentors can become internationally certified through the DYBT Mentorship Program.

The partnership was announced during a press briefing on June 29th at the Windsor Park Stadium Conference Room.

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3 Comments

  1. Champ
    July 4, 2016

    This woman is worth reading this dry story for.

    Looks tasty.

    • Not a herd follower
      July 5, 2016

      Mama mia!

  2. Sue lee
    July 4, 2016

    Great Job DYBT!

    Hearing so much from you these days.

    New management makes a world of difference.

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