Don’t miss International Kidpreneur Day this November!

Team Ultra are delighted to be a part of this years’ International Kidpreneur Day founded by the National Association For Kidpreneurs. Taking place on November 1st 2022, the day endeavours to showcase and encourage entrepreneurship of young people under 18 years old across the globe and inspire more young people to start their own business.

An amazing initiative, International Kidpreneur Day is in its third year; growing from initially being celebrated in six cities in the United States, to almost 70 cities in the US and in Lagos, Nigeria in 2021.

For 2022, Ultra Education is taking up the mantle and joining the organisation’s mission to provide opportunities for kidpreneurs to create, grow, and develop business excellence through mentorship, peer connections, relevant resources, and events while instilling lifelong lessons in entrepreneurship.

Tameka Young, founder of the National Association for Kidpreneurs said “We thought it was important to recognise the achievements of young entrepreneurs outside of Small Business Saturday. Our theme for this years’ International Kidpreneur Day is Raising Next-Generation Entrepreneurs Towards A Globally Sustainable Future. We hope the day showcases the best kidpreneurs around the globe, and provides young people with educational opportunities to learn how to set up their own business, take care of their finances and balance work, school and fun!”

Supporters of youth entrepreneurship across the globe are encouraged to celebrate and get involved by hosting a youth business fair, attending a kidpreneur event, hosting a business pitch contest, supporting a youth entrepreneurship organisation or anything else that will benefit the youth entrepreneurship community.

To get involved and find out more about International Kidpreneur Day visit or follow the hashtag on social media #internationalkidpreneurday.

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