As the cost of education continues to rise, many university students find it increasingly challenging to make ends meet. However, some students are not letting financial constraints limit their potential. Instead, they are taking advantage of the Tubayo market day to generate extra revenue while they pursue their academic goals.
One such student is Clever, an architecture student who started Cyklass Fashions. Clever is a talented designer who creates unique and stylish clothing for both men and women. He saw the Tubayo market day as an opportunity to showcase his designs and generate additional income.
Similarly, another student, Elizabeth, decided to start a baking business named Brilliant Pastries. She had a passion for baking and saw the Tubayo market day as a platform to showcase her talent and earn extra money. Her products, which included delicious cupcakes, cakes, and pastries, quickly became a hit among the students and the wider community.
Clever and Elizabeth are just some of the many students who have taken advantage of the Tubayo market day to generate extra income. They have also gained valuable business skills and experience in the process. They have learned how to market their products, manage their finances, and build customer relationships. These skills will prove invaluable in their future careers and entrepreneurial endeavors.
The Tubayo market day has also provided a platform for students to network and connect with other entrepreneurs. Through these connections, they have been able to collaborate on business ideas, share resources, and even mentor each other.
The market day organizers thank their partners, such as Omwoleso by MOTIV, Pink Coconut Decor, Tukole, Function Junction, legacy sounds, Innovation Village, and Vibez Nzuri, alongside wonderful MCs Shantal and Saint Trevor, who all come together to ensure the day is a success.
In conclusion, the Tubayo market day has provided a unique opportunity for university students to generate extra income and gain valuable business skills and experience. It is a testament to the entrepreneurial spirit of students who are not letting financial constraints limit their potential. As more students take advantage of this opportunity, we can expect to see a wave of innovative businesses emerging from the university communities.