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Bright Tenbil – SYENET Student Entrepreneur of the Week

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One of Ghana’s finest, a well-rounded student entrepreneur, Bright Tenbil, of the University of Ghana studying Psychology and Philosophy, has successfully partnered with about 10 campus event, promoted significant brands, with Charity Trip with Berla Mundi and the UPSA SRC Women’s Commission and Legon Hall. His company was awarded the event house of the year in the University Of Ghana Excellence Awards 2016, Cape coast Technical University GNUPS Awards 2016, and Fame Awards 2016. He has also worked tirelessly on activations with companies of which the most recent projects are with Ecobank and Busy Ghana.

 

 

Name: Bright Tenbil

School: University Of Ghana

Level: 400

Course: Psychology and philosophy

Name of Company: Hyperlink Promo Ghana

 

SYENet: What/Who inspired your entrepreneurial journey?

Bright: The demand for the youthful exuberance in the world market, hidden under the intentions of opportunities.

 

SYENet: How did you raise your startup capital?

Bright: Startup was basically started on a zero budget. The willingness and the zeal to start is all effort that was injected into building with teamwork as a support.

 

SYENet: What significant successes have you chalked so far in business?

Bright: Successfully partnered with about 10 campus event, promoted significant brands, with Charity Trip with Berla Mundi and the UPSA SRC Women’s Commission and Legon Hall as the most recent. Awarded the event house of the year in the University Of Ghana Excellence Awards 2016, Cape coast Technical University GNUPS Awards 2016 and Fame Awards 2016. Worked on activations with companies and most recent projects are Ecobank and Busy Ghana.

 

SYENet: How have you combined studies and work so successfully? Successfully?

Bright: I won’t say that academically, actually sacrificing a lot in academics to make things possible. Never get what I deserve because it comes with sacrifice. If I should dedicate time there, I could have perfected it.

 

SYENet: What challenges do you face as a Student Entrepreneur and how do you overcome them?

Bright: The challenges in transactions with other entities because am a young entrepreneur and that student inability fever. Stepping beyond boundaries, I hope the Ghanaian mindset would come to agree to the fact that working ideas isn’t about the age but the possibility of development and productivity.

 

SYENet: After School, what are your entrepreneurial plans?

Bright:  Greater heights and change the face of the market.

 

SYENet: What supports do you need to scale up your business?

Bright: I cannot tell from external source, but I need my business plan to follow as planned to be achieved with the limited resources.

 

SYENet: What are the top 5 lessons you have learnt in business so far?

Bright:

  • Do not despite a humble beginning.
  • Be certain on your terms of work with associates,
  • Make your decisions and go by your words,
  • Listen to others’ view and
  • Uphold your values and vision in every step.

 

SYENet: What advice do you have for other students?

 Bright: Just take a step. Start it. You don’t need the whole world to bring positive impact, just a few committed mind towards a vision. The sky is too big for every bird to have a space to fly.

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