Pinelands Creative Workshop (PCW) in collaboration with the Small Business Association of Barbados is hosting a four-day training program from September 12 -15, which aims to teach the youth how to be creative and innovative thinkers.
The training workshops which shall cater to members of the youth between the ages of 15-35 under the theme, Creative Innovative Thinkers in Business will be conducted at the Spirit Bond, Wharf Road, Bridgetown, St. Michael.
Chief Executive Officer of Pinelands Creative Workshop Sophia Greaves-Broome said that the workshops which are free and open to the general public, seek to help young persons learn how they can adapt their business ideas in the ever-changing business environment.
“This learning experience will allow Pinelands Creative Workshop to share new models, systems and alternative thinking that will unleash their creativity and spark new innovative approaches that will broaden their mindsets and perspectives as well as set their businesses apart from their competitors, especially in a competitive environment,” she said.
Greaves-Broome added: “Over the four-day training workshop, we want the participants to be eager to learn and openly welcome the new knowledge that would be imparted to them as it would assist them in adapting their businesses to the changing business environment.
“Moreover, Pinelands Creative Workshop hopes that the participants leave the training workshops having competitive advantages whilst being a socially responsible and sustainable business,” she said.
The four-day training workshops shall commence on September 12th, 2022, with an opening ceremony at 9:30 a.m. at the Centre for Hybrid Studies, Spirit Bond, Wharf Road, Bridgetown, St Michael in which the Minister of State in the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Business, Sandra Husbands, will deliver the feature address. (Write Right PR Services)