Unemployment remains one of the biggest socio-economic challenges in current times. This has been made worse with the recent hit that countries have experienced due to the global pandemic that has significantly slowed down the growth of economies across the globe.
Many people have lost their jobs while others have had their salaries reduced; all of this is putting pressure on employees to meet the expenses and demands of basic living. This is why people are now turning to entrepreneurship to make a living or expand their income by running a ‘business on the side’. Our Reporter Kawira Mutisya has researched and come up with several pointers on what makes an entrepreneur. These should play a role in guiding those just joining the bandwagon.