State chief minister Neiphiu Rio Tuesday called upon educated Naga youths to march forward, take up challenges by seeking government's assistance to extend support in building a prosperous and vibrant Nagaland.
Speaking at the inauguration of an event management group - Synergy Group Enterprise (SGE) at Naga Heritage complex, chief minister said Nagas were 'small hearted people' as they did not want to face the challenges to be self dependent, he said Rio also said Naga youths needed to have patience and consistency with professionalism to take up any business, adding every business was profitable
Congratulating the Synergy Group Enterprise, chief minister contributed Rs. 5 lakhs as assistance from the government as part of year of capacity building.
The chief minister also called upon the doctors, engineers, agri-allied graduate to merge together and form a consortium to take various challenges, stating "our land is land of opportunities".
The SGE team comprises of Kevitsu Doze, Head - events and business development; Kevinourhe Kire, head - operations and tours; Kevilezo Kense, head - accounting finance and marketing strategies.
SGE is a group of young upcoming entrepreneurs specialized in different disciplines and it aimed to cater to the much needed professional inputs in managements, which include event management, destination management, artiste management, promotions, market research, exhibitions, flight and rail ticketing, besides sound system, lights, tent house etc. SGE office is located office at Bayavü Hill Near CANSSEA Office, High School Road, NH-61, Kohima.