#TeenMogul is a three day event designed for maximum impact on Ghanaian teenagers, exposing them to entrepreneurial and leadership skills.

The three day #TeenMogul program takes each participant and their team on a journey from a defined initial problem through to a business proposal presentation. The program is similar to the Start-up Weekends that have run around the world, but with an emphasis on teenagers in Ghana and local community problems.

Each team is assigned an initial problem that they need to understand and create a business solution for. This is done through a number of key phases:

  1. Introduction to your problem and understand why it exists
  2. Understand your personal and team strengths
  3. Explore the people affected by the problem who will become your customers
  4. Ideate various solutions to the problem to begin to visualise a product offering
  5. Create a visual representation of the product to use for marketing
  6. Build a business model around the product to include resources and finances
  7. Prepare a pitch presentation

Each team will deliver a pitch presentation to a panel on the third day. Prizes are awarded to the top 3 teams.

Each participant will walk away from the 3 day #TeenMogul experience with a framework to address social and community problems and turn them into viable business solutions. Leadership, teamwork and collaboration are also key take home outcomes for each participant.

Programs are run from 10:00 – 16:00 at a venue conducive to the requirements. All participants are given lunch and refreshments each day and leave with a short booklet outlining the business development process, a certificate of attendance and a #TeenMogul t-shirt and other resources.

Corporate organisations are encouraged to partnership with #TeenMogul as either a Lead sponsor of #TeenMogul for sponsorship donations towards costs or facilities.

For more information on the #TeenMogul program and to sponsor, please contact: highschoolgh@gmail.com

Asia Newson was just 5 years old when she watched her father Michael sell candles door to door in Detroit


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