Few school-leavers consider taking a year “off” after matric to learn the ins and outs of entrepreneurship.
That must change.
Raiz discussed the post matric entrepreneurship gap year his company offers.
Listen to the audio below for more detail (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
No business plan survives its first contact with customers.— Allon Raiz
We teach entrepreneurs to constantly iterate.— Allon Raiz
We provide a safe space for students to fail young.— Allon Raiz
Schools think that having a market day is teaching about entrepreneurship. We embed it in every single subject.— Allon Raiz
It’s not the end [if you failed matric].— Allon Raiz
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