Our members learned valuable lessons about the relationship between education and entrepreneurship among other things.
Here is what Hub volunteer Thabo Mohloboli had to say about his experience at the Expo:
“Sitting in a classroom you will not receive as much of an education, as someone who goes out to learn formally and informally. More than anything, education is training of your mind everyday. As I view things that are happening in our country, education and entrepreneurship need to work together to support each other, support of entrepreneurial spirit. That’s when things can work better for our economy. Entrepreneurship education should be an important part of economic development and competitiveness in Lesotho.”
Thanks also to Selibeng sa Thuto Trust for supporting our travel to educational opportunities like this.