Success Stories

Youth

Roshan Makhan

Taylor’s University – Technopreneurship

“I like how the training was built upon environment, because everything was very hands-on. It was very interactive and there were a lot of activities to do. So it did not keep me bored, it kept me very interested and I learned a lot from this program.”

Ming Fong

Taylor’s University – Technopreneurship

“What I like most about this training is that its a very special workshop for me because rather than the usual lectures where someone would be there to talk while we listen, and I get bored, Mr Raymond would finish one topic and make us apply what he taught us into our ideas and activities.”

Will, Taylor’s

Taylor’s University – Technopreneurship

“What I love about this program is that it gives young entrepreneurs with innovative ideas an insight on how they can grow their business, and ideas on their products. I learned that young entrepreneurs have to take risks so they can expand and sustain themselves in the market and I learned how to market myself and the techniques behind it.”

Hilmi Yusuf Bin Halim Yatim

SMK Sek 10 Kota Damansara – Financial Literacy

“My understanding towards financial knowledge before attending this course was very low. I only thought of spending money. After the course, I realise the importance of saving and spending wisely. The topic that gave me the most awareness was Scam because it taught us to be extra careful when investing money and not easily deceived. In my opinion, this course is very good especially for Form 3 students like me. To the sponsors, KFH , I would like to express my utmost gratitude for sponsoring this course and I hope that more of these courses be held at my school.”

Gabriel

Brickfield Asia College – Financial Literacy

“Before this I thought that people at my age, as we are young, do not have the ability to invest. But once I attended this course, I know that every small thing that we can do, could lead to a good investment and good wealth in the future. Especially about the Delayed Gratification concept, where even the slightest changes in your lifestyle can actually lead up to good investment even if you sacrifice little by little each day.”

Syarifah Nor Zuhaily Bt Syed Zulkifli

SMK SSAAS – Financial Literacy

“Before I attended this course, my understanding towards financial knowledge was quite low. After the course, I understood better. The most impactful topic for me was the Delayed Gratification Concept because it taught me to manage my finances better. In my opinion, this course is really good and should be extended to other students in other schools because it gives exposure to financial knowledge in a more detailed manner. Thank you, Kuwait Finance House, for sponsoring this course and I hope more of such course will be held in the future.”

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