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Business on a Bicycle

Business on a Bicycle

Business generator for aspiring entrepreneurs in Kagiso

Business on a Bicycle

The enke/Investec Business on a Bike Generator ran from October 2019 – October 2020, and was a private and civil society sector initiative between enke: Make Your Mark, Investec and Qhubeka, with support from local partner, West Rand Youth Development Centre.

Facilitated by enke: Make Your Mark, the initiative built the skills and provided practical experience for aspiring young entrepreneurs in Kagiso. The enke/Investec Business on a Bike Generator is part of the work that enke has been doing in Kagiso, in partnership with West Rand Youth Centre since 2016, through the enke: Catalyst Program.

Read the Business on a Bicycle Generator Impact Report

 

Business on a Bicycle (BOB) Impact
37
Entrepreneurs selected for the BOB Generator. 32 engaged actively in training. 12 Females, 20 Males, 100% Black youth aged 18-35 years old.
10
Business skills workshops and support sessions held from October 2019 - September 2020
32
Businesses generated through the Generator.
56%
Businesses are still operational despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 Pandemic and Lockdown.
19
Entrepreneurs completing the program
R126,000
Funds distributed in cash grants to Entrepreneurs.

Implementation partners

Investec

Funding Partner

enke: Make Your Mark

Program Host & Implementation Lead

Qhubeka

Bicycle Supplier & Trainer