The Young Entrepreneurs Group of Asia Pacific (YEGAP) recently released the 10th edition of Entrepreneur Asia-Pacific, highlighting the activities and achievements of members throughout the region. YEGAP was created by the Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) in 2004 to provide a venue for young entrepreneurs to become actively involved in entrepreneurial development. YEGAP serves to identify effective programs geared towards entrepreneurial development.
- Young Entrepreneurs Forum of the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizes Young Entrepreneurs Conference 2012
- Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry launches Youth Affairs Committee
- Youth empowerment and entrepreneurship in Sri Lanka
- Organic agriculture in Bangladesh
In her foreword, Anna Marie Periquet states:
“What is most refreshing about celebrating entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific region are the young business leaders’ disarmingly unassuming quality who are truly the business innovators by providing programs for young entrepreneurs – seminars and workshops, conventions, training, plant visits, mentoring skills and business matching sessions”
As a testament to this statement, the 10th edition of Entrepreneur Asia-Pacific highlights the achievements and activities of youth oriented organizations in CACCI’s network. Spanning the region from Pakistan the the Philippines, these organizations are the motivation and inspiration needed to continue entrepreneurial development.
Download Entrepreneur Asia-Pacific here.
Mian Waqas Masud, Director
Fazal Industries (Pvt) Ltd.