Officials from Youth Business St. Vincent and the Grenadines say this country will soon begin to see the benefits of having the nation represented at the Global Entrepreneurship Congress.
The Congress was held in Russia from March 17th to the 21st and during the activity over three thousand Investors, Entrepreneurs and Drivers of Entrepreneurship from throughout the world met to develop ways in which the global business sector can continue to develop.
Founder and Managing Director of Youth Business SVG, Kenrick Quashie who represented the country at the Global Congress said his organization partnered with a number of Entrepreneurship organizations during the event.
He said coming out of this a number of programs will be launched for local farmers and youths within the next few months.
He said the farmers will also be competing for Global prizes when these programs are rolled out.