15 participants of a three-day Ubercamp program organised by the Fiji National University will learn skills and innovative ideas to start their businesses.
FNU’s Professor, Ronald De Marco says the program will give an opportunity for the participants to pitch their entrepreneurial ideas and share experiences regarding the challenges they face.
FNU’s Director Research Dr Ronald Kumar says the successful participant will be awarded $1,500 while the runner up will get $1,000.
The program is a FNU Research Office initiative partially funded by the Association of Commonwealth Universities.
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