Out of the targeted 480 youth beneficiaries of the Tujengane Tuinuane youth skills for business and CVE, at least 100 of them (Best 20 from each of the 5 training/volunteer groups) are expected to have their business plans qualified by the program management committee through the quarterly evaluation meetings, to enter for the business plan competition where the 20 best will be selected by a competitive panel to proceed to round one presentations of their business plans. 10 will be selected to proceed to round two presentations where the top five will then pitch their business plans to potential private sector stakeholders who will be looking out to support innovative ideas. This will take place during the Youth Business Round-table Forum.
The business plan competition will be managed by a panel made up of 2 representatives from the Kwale County Biashara Center, 2 representatives from the private sector and 1 UIG Board Member. The main role of the panel will be to evaluate business plans/presentations, guide round one winners on how to improve their presentations during round 2 and help the winners of round 2 establish business networks for start-ups.