At just 16 years old, Omar is turning his passion for music into a digital music tuition business.
With the help and support he’s received from Amicus Horizon, the young entrepreneur hopes to give teach others new skills in music and improve the prospects of younger residents in his local community.
“This funding and support gave me a chance to turn something I love into a business. Even better I can use it to improve my area and give other young people a chance to make something.”
Find out more about Omar’s success on the recent Give Us A Chance video:
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