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ML’s business and music seminar a success

All questions asked and answered, northern based entrepreneurs turned up to learn and unlearn with ML.

The past weekend businessmen and women in the northern towns of Ondangwa and Oshakati took to Hashtag pub and Grill to join selfless artist and business guru ML who shared essential information with them regarding business operations. Within two hours, ML had engaged with over 25 eager ladies and gentlemen on how to take their businesses off the ground as well as sharing fine details that one is required to operate a business within.

ML says the event went as well as expected and it was all and more than she had in mind.
“There were various businesses interests ranging from Forex, events management, CD distribution, brands owners who wanted to know how to get their businesses in Windhoek and some with a keen interest on how to get their business to Antonio’s Arts,” she said.

The O’Radio singer also encouraged the budding entrepreneurs to seek mentorship from mentors in their specialized field of interests and she also told to be persistent and never to lose courage when things don’t go as planned.

“I told them that it’s all about starting small and proving to oneself that they are capable of reaching their goals. It is also easier if they have all the documents in order especially a business plan is to show to people that you are willing to have things work and that they can financially assist you. It was a success for me because I saw a passion and burning desire. A lot of them appreciated it and gave me personal feedback. They were willing to learn and that is a pass for me,” she concluded.


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