Returning for its third consecutive year, the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival (SEF), is set to take place November 25th & 26th 2019, at the Expo Center Sharjah. This year will see SEF and Mindvalley, an educational company focused on personal development and lifelong learning, forge a partnership where they will be bringing ‘Mindvalley Live’ to the Emirate of Sharjah. Attendees will get the opportunity to participate in an immersive experience that will accelerate personal growth, overcome limitations, and shift mindset towards success.
Hosted by the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Center (Sheraa), the underlining theme for SEF 2019 is to guide attendees on their inner quest, lead them to find their innermost motivations and greatest sources of inspiration, and as a result – allowing them to achieve peak performance. SEF has become one of the fastest-growing entrepreneurship events in the country; gathering youth, aspiring entrepreneurs, and ecosystem players from around the world, to fuel their passion for building a better future.
Najla Al Midfa, CEO of Sheraa, said, “Sheraa’s objective with this year’s Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival (SEF) is to enable entrepreneurs to tap into their full potential, and help them lead enriched lives both within and outside their startups. We are excited to be partnering with Mindvalley to bring the concept of conscious entrepreneurship to Sharjah. SEF and the Mindvalley Live experience promises to elevate the entrepreneurial experience while inspiring the next generation to dream big, find focus, and build the resilience they need to succeed.”
Vishen Lakhiani, CEO of Mindvalley, said, “We are really excited to be bringing Mindvalley’s models of health and wellness for the workplace to the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Festival. We believe that the next era of entrepreneurship is about conscious entrepreneurship and that is the alignment of the mind, body, and soul with the entrepreneurs’ mission to bring a great product and service out to the world. When done well, this creates not only better companies but happier, more well-rounded, well off human beings.”