"After the consecration of the winners Success.mu in March this year, we finalized contracts and move to the next step - that of the implementation of their entrepreneurial ventures," says Seemadree Rajanah, Chief Operating Officer British American Investment. Thus, each winner will receive Rs 1 million as seed money to start his business. The winners will also be accompanied so they can better understand the workings of entrepreneurship and bring their projects to port.
"Secondly, the winners will also receive a justifiable additional assistance valued at Rs 2 million over three years, which will include equipment, infrastructure, professional and technical assistance and training, among others," adds Seemadree Rajanah.
Success.mu the project saw the participation of several contractors. Of the 150 proposals received, seven projects were selected for the final, and then get to the selection of the three winners. One of them, Somraj Bhurtun, SS Waste Management, has plans to recycle used rubber to develop a pure rubber 98%, which can then be exploited in the Asian markets.
Khemraj Persand, with Persand Royal Company, provides a breeding oyster sea project to target the local and international markets. Finally, the Pro-Rehab team of eight people and proposes to her, the establishment of a health center for Mauritians who have physical difficulties in everyday life.