innovative strategies needed to achieve the shared economic vision through networking.
The one-day workshop to be held at the Royal Harare Golf Club seeks to develop networks for people who want to venture into business.
It will also seek to table economic opportunities that Zimbabwe has and how they can be harnessed into business ventures.
Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment Minister Saviour Kasuku-were will be the guest of honour.
A panel of local and regional speakers who are business people in their own right are expected to share with the participants their experiences and lessons learnt in their respective fields.
Some of the speakers that are expected to attend the workshop include Mr Ivan Savala of Sagate Mining, Mr Steve Margolis of Margolis Holdings, Mr Farayi Dyirakumunda of African Investments and Mr Rinos Mautsa of the African Contact Centre.
A spokesperson for the organisers of the event, Ms Debbie Peters said the workshop would also present an opportunity for participants to establish networks and notes on what is happening on the Zimbabwe business scene.
“We want participants to strike deals and find opportunities for partnerships.
“A lot is happening in Zimbabwe at the moment in terms of economic growth, so we want people with entrepreneurial minds to start working on new projects,” she said.