4 July 2012

Namibia: Bizzkids Finalists Announced Today

XThe ten finalists in the 2012 Bank Windhoek BizzKids competitions is to be announced today.

This year's entries has exceeded last year's entries receiving creative and innovative business plans from schools from all over the country, especially from Swakopmund and Windhoek.

The rigorous judging process took place on Friday. The business plans were judged according to the following criteria:

The uniqueness of the product/service

The business plan elements such as the description of the product/service, financial projections, expenses and quantity of the products.

The motivation to be a BizzKidz

The overall presentation/impression of the business plan

The judges, Marlize Horn, Riaan van Rooyen, Morna Ikosa, Nora Ndopu and Hans Sauer, had a difficult time determining the ten finalists to be announced today.

"Bank Windhoek would like to thank the schools that participated in this competition.

We would also like to thank the restaurants; Spur Grand Canyon and Mountain Spur, Panorotti's, Wimpy Wernhil and Wimpy Maerua Mall, for encouraging their clients to participate.

This year, visitors at the Bank Windhoek Kidz Fun Fair should not miss the Bank Windhoek BizzKids exhibition area, as it promises to offer great products and services", says Morna Ikosa, Communication Practitioner at Bank Windhoek.

The Bank Windhoek Kidz Fun Fair takes place on August 4 and 5 at the SKW Sports Grounds in Olympia.

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