Safaricom will hold its fourth Blaze Summit, in Nairobi on 30 September, following summits in three other towns that have attracted an estimated 20,000 young people so far.
The summits enable guests to have one-on-one engagement sessions with mentors in various fields.
Sylvia Mulinge, Safaricom’s Director of Consumer Business, said that youths attending the summit will get a chance to network and audition for the forthcoming Blaze summit television show, in which twelve contestants vie for an opportunity to win funding for their businesses.
After this, there will be summits in Mombasa and Kisumu consecutively. Entry costs KES 100 per person, redeemable for airtime or merchandise at the venue.
image credit Blaze Kenya