To go into why we prioritise entrepreneurship at Dwi Emas, we need to first define it in this context and how this affects your children.
Entrepreneurship can be simply defined as the act of “starting a business”. Dig deeper, or ask any entrepreneur of experience (that could include you reading this as well), and it’s easy to find that within that process there are several challenges that require pertinent skills to navigate, for example:
Creating value with your product or service
The ability to influence people in the marketplace or in your company
Resilience to stick to your guns
Identifying opportunities (where others might see none)
Creating a business plan
Communicating your value proposition
Making a pivot with the direction of a business
Having the resolve to disrupt old structures
That’s just the tip of the iceberg of how entrepreneurship can be a teacher beyond the confines of school. Coming back to the context of Dwi Emas then, we prepare students to navigate a future of uncertainty and constant change – their future, and we are on the mission to create entrepreneurs / groundbreakers / changemakers / first movers / pioneers / trailblazers of the next generation.
On top of the academic excellence that we’re committed to at Dwi Emas, the Powerpreneur Programme will not just teach your children how to start a business, they will possess the ability to create success for themselves at their fingertips with these Entrepreneurial Skills wherever and whenever.
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Creating Massive Value
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