MTC, Standard Bank zoom in on grassroot talent – Launch Teen Inspirational Summit
Mobile Telecommunications Limited (MTC) and Standard Bank Namibia this week launched the Teen Inspirational Summit, a summit that will focus on inspiring the young leaders of tomorrow.
The aim of the Teen Inspirational Summit is to engage the youth on inspirational topics, by their peers, and allowing them to realize their own dreams through inspiration. The event is themed “Connecting with Tomorrow’s Leaders.
The Teen Inspirational Summit will feature a diverse range of speakers and personalities from the continent such as, Nigerian YouTube comedian “Aunty Success” from the Mark Angel Comedy, Famous Guiness World Record and the youngest DJ in the world aged 3, DJ Arch Jnr from South Africa, Namibian Champion Debater Christian Prinsloo, Motivational speakers and Junior Mayot of Ongwediva, Rebekka Nghilaluwa, International motivational speaker and author, King Nahh from the USA and SA’s youngest motivational speaker, Kimberley Malope.
The event takes place at Safari Court Convention Centre in Windhoek on 9 March starting at 10h00. Tickets are on sale at Webtickets at a cost of N$100 per person only.
“We deliberately chose the theme, “Connecting with Tomorrow’s Leaders” because we are recognizing the role that youth play as agents of change and as critical actors in promoting insights towards a better world. And in doing so we light the path towards their greatness because the future belongs to the youth”, explained Tim Ekandjo, Chief Human Capital and Corporate Affairs Officer at MTC.
“I call upon the entire nation and especially agency and institutions charged with the sacred responsibility of nurturing the affairs of young people in the country to rally behind the Teen Summit by making sure that young people from across the country attend this summit,” added Ekandjo.
“In keeping with our motto of Moving Forward as underpin by our Corporate Social Investment Strategies, we are proud to partner with MTC on this inspirational event for its speaks the language of ensuring a legacy of sustainability – and what better way then to engage with tomorrow’s leaders today,” added Head Marketing and Communications at Standard Bank Namibia, Magreth Mengo.