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The Young Entrepreneurs Association Brunei

The YEAB is a non-profit organization, primarily targeted to represent entrepreneurs below the age of 40, who are either a founder, co-founder, owner, partner, major shareholder or holding a management position in a corporation or firm registered in Brunei Darussalam.
The Young Entrepreneurs Association Brunei

Members: 25

— theme: Youth Employment, Youth Enterprise
— country: ASEAN, South-East Asia, Brunei Darussalam, Asia

The YEAB is a non-profit organization, primarily targeted to represent entrepreneurs below the age of 40, who are either a founder, co-founder, owner, partner, major shareholder or holding a management position in a corporation or firm registered in Brunei Darussalam.

Affiliation
NGO
Date of Establishment
2001
Contact No.
+6732230506/10
Address
YEAB Secretariat
C/O Cedar Management Services
No.179 Km1 Jln. Gadong
Kg. Kumbang Pasang BA1511
Negara Brunei Darussalam
Email Address
yeabrunei@gmail.com
Website
http://www.yeabrunei.com/

1.     Source of funding

Members, Private sector, and Prince Abdul Qawi

2.     Mission and objectives

To ensure access to a network of entrepreneurial experience and facilities to nurture an enterprising culture.

  • 1. Promote the general interest and welfare of young entrepreneurs in Brunei Darussalam.
    2. Provide a forum
    for the exchange of ideas and experiences of young entrepreneurs of Brunei.
    3. Promote entrepreneurship
    among the youth of Brunei.
    4. Encourage and promote continuing education
    amongst young entrepreneurs in Brunei Darussalam.
    5. Act as an umbrella association
    for other young/youth groups.
    6. Form alliances with other young entrepreneur associations worldwide
    where business networking are established and further  exchange of ideas and experiences are garnered.
    7. Provide access to entrepreneurial knowledge and professional expertise
    in various aspects of the industry.
    8. Provide opportunities for meetings and activities
    of a commercial, cultural, educational, social and recreational nature.

3.     Areas of work relating to youth employment

youth entrepreneurship, skills for youth

4.     Partners and areas of partnership

 

5.     Potential or existing partnership with the ILO

 

6.     Successful youth employment interventions

 

 
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