Lifestyle & Travel
Apr 28, 2018
THE NEW ENTERPRENEURS, LIDERS AND VISIONARIES
The generation that was born and grew between the 1980's and 90's, lived the digital, technological social and economic revolution which our world has suffered
By SARA LOUP
Inspired by change, this genereation wants to mold the world by sharing knowledge and living, creating new ways to think and a more critical collective consciousness.
The new technologies potentiate it possible to share everything that happens, making it easy to get anywhere, anytime. The generation that grew up in between the 80s and 90s is naturally more entrepreneurial because it needs to make the difference; characteristics that arise from the constant require for adaptation that they have always been forced to.
Therefore, it's necessary to act, to create and to have a different role in the market and the society in which they are inserted so that they can go further in their lives and their careers. Strongly driven by the creative industries, activities that encourage individual creativity, ability and talent for the conception of knowledge and information, millennial tend to share customs, experiences, information and thus generate new mindsets. So, how to inspire in a time as momentary and volatile as the one we live? The new generations are imperiously linked to digital technologies and social networks, using them to be present where everyone is, creating and posting content as well as sharing knowledge and inspiring others.
The Instagram's current Product Manager Marketing, which is a network that privileges momentum and inspiration, mostly through a visual experience is characterized by being a born leader, strategist and communicator. Nina Yiamsamatha, 29, has dedicated her career to the area of consumer and product marketing, where she had the opportunity to create and collaborate with programs of different global brands, combining them with her passion for technology. An entrepreneur with a strong desire to "launching new things to a community." she was part of the development of creative features, live video and make part to the creative process of Instagram Stories.
Thinking about sharing knowledge and community development, Brian Enterkin, 27, has created The African Soup (www.theafricansoup.org), a nonprofits organization whose main goal is to support more than 600 children and their families, through educational programs about child nutrition, health care and economic empowerment. Enterkin, founded a primary school and several projects that aim to transform Uganda's educational system by fostering active, creative, critical and ethical learning, and at the same time to develop sustainable solutions to prevent poverty, reduce the impact instigated by the community and, based on this model, encouraging new generations leaders for Uganda, thus embodying the slogan "engaging learners, develop communities and inspiring leaders."
Entrepreneurial and visionary, these two Women have a common goal: to develop the community and expand horizons in such an ephemeral time as this. Both elected in the group of young entrepreneurs, Under 30: 2018, by Forbes Magazine, they are truly examples of entrepreneurship and inspiration for all generations to whom none of us can be indifferent.