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Pulse Live & ISBI launch innovative program to transform creative ideas into profits

Are you a young creative? Enroll in Pulse Live & ISBI's groundbreaking program to turn your innovative ideas into profitable businesses.

Mwalimu Rachel graces the launch of Pulse Live & ISBI's innovative program 'Kreativepreneurship'

Kenya's digital landscape is teeming with creative talent, but many young creatives struggle to transform their innovative ideas into profitable businesses.

To address this challenge, Pulse Live has joined forces with the Institute for Small Business Initiatives (ISBI), Cedo, and Limpid Marketing Limited to offer a comprehensive training program.

Dubbed Kreativepreneurship, the program aims to bridge the gap between creativity and entrepreneurship, empowering young creatives, influencers, and content creators with essential digital and entrepreneurial skills to turn their ideas into successful ventures.

By providing a platform for learning and development, the program seeks to create a new generation of creative entrepreneurs who can contribute significantly to the economy.

Structured to support creative professionals and brand managers, the program addresses the unique challenges they face.

From transforming raw talent into successful businesses to effectively positioning themselves in the market, participants will gain a comprehensive toolkit to thrive in the competitive digital economy.

The Program will run from July to August 2024, hosted at the esteemed Strathmore Business School.

The program's core lies in its interactive workshops and masterclasses, where participants will engage in hands-on learning experiences.

These sessions are designed to provide practical knowledge and skills that can be directly applied to their creative endeavors. Topics will range from digital marketing and brand management to financial planning and strategic business development.

The workshops and masterclasses will be facilitated by industry experts, including Thrity Engineer, Amos Ngahu, and Dr. James Wanjagi.

With the support of industry experts and strategic partners, the future looks bright for Kenya's young creatives, who are ready to turn their dreams into reality.

Click this link to register for the Kreativepreneurship training.

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