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TOPEX Leaves Delegates Messages To Think About

The Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation TOPEX (Top Executive) conference left its delegates messages to think about. The event at the Shangri La’s Fijian Resort and Spa covered a wide
28 Jun 2017 11:00
TOPEX Leaves Delegates Messages To Think About
From left: Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation chief executive Nesbitt Hazelman, chief guest International Labour Organisation director Donglin Li, Federation president Himen Chandra, and Kameli Batiweti at the Top Executive Conference at the Shangri-La’s Fijian Resort and Spa on Yadua Island. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

The Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation TOPEX (Top Executive) conference left its delegates messages to think about.

The event at the Shangri La’s Fijian Resort and Spa covered a wide range of topics on the theme ‘Responsible Business In a Green Economy.

Present at the conference were four successful Young Entrepreneur Council members.

The president Rajneel Prasad said, they were really fortunate to be amongst the top business body of the country.

“Networking and socialising with people of such high profiles is a privilege,” he said.

Mr Prasad is the Managing Director of Bright Future Films.

Starting his business with just $20.00, his first customer was Vodafone when he produced his first TV commercial. He said all it took was hard work and passion. Mr Prasad had worked with certain media organisation and tourism industry. His message to young people and youths out there is to dream big and pursue your dreams.

Mr Prasad encouraged the business houses to recognise and support the young entrepreneur because they were a product to future businesses to boost the Fijian economy.

Along with him were three other young entrepreneurs including the founder of Party and Events Fiji, Kim Beddoes, from Eco clean Fiji Shalveen and the owner of VOU dance group, Sachiko and Eddy Soro.

Giving back to the community is what the VOU dance group always believes in.

The group was first established in 2007 with their aim to provide fulfilling and financially sustainable employment for young and talented Fijian artist.

Owned by Sachiko and Eddy Soro, the couple said: “If we can make the arts sustainable then we can share the Energy, Spirit, and Mana of Fijian stories with the world.

Their message to the youths out there, If your passion is in dance, trust it, follow it and work hard at your craft to make an amazing lifestyle as a dancer and be very successful.

Mrs Soro encourages youths to go into the VOU office in Suva or Nadi if you have what it takes or get in touch with them on Facebook and live the dream.

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