Business investment seminar on

OVER 20 business stakeholders under an international company, Dream Launch, are holding a three-day business investment seminar at the Bulawayo Presbyterian church, which started yesterday and ends tomorrow.

BATANAI MUTASA
OWN CORRESPONDENT

One of the firm’s business consultants, Gift Lushita, said the seminar was the first in Bulawayo and the group comprises consultants, managers and trainers’ leading discussions with participants.

He, however, said similar seminars were already being held in Harare from where the group had travelled.

“This seminar is targeted at all business segments as it was ushered into Zimbabwe and South Africa to spearhead the project for the rest of the continent. The aim is to attract partners who will go under business mentorship that will include trips to meet owners of international companies, business principles training and opportunities to be part of the team which will roll this project out to the rest of Africa,” Lushita said.

Lushita added the project was the brainchild of international businesspeople from various countries, including China and Russia.

“It is a very huge opportunity for entrepreneurs in the country because they can even secure capital from this project as we are disbursing $4 000 every two weeks, 10 consecutive times to people who invest and become partners.

“There are international awards which will be presented later this year in commemoration of the project’s 12th year in operation globally,” he added.

The consultant said to be eligible to become a partner, one needed to be an authorised operator.

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