6PM supports Young Enterprise students

6PM, the ICT products and services company, has partnered Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Malta to support students in their entrepreneurship journey. The business partnership will provide students with access to its QuickPM products at special prices. Students will also be able to pay for their QuickPM subscription with their Student ‘Smart Card’.

“The link with Young Enterprise is an inevitable partnership,” group marketing executive Daphne Tabone said.

“We were looking at our corporate social responsibility strategy and Young Enterprise aligns with our beliefs. By teaching business skills to students, Young Enterprise is helping to make future businesses more successful.

“With the introduction of QuickPM, 6PM aims to help these students through a social Agile knowledge base to start their entrepreneurship journey from good to great.”

Young Enterprise programme co-ordinator Tonio Axisa said 6PM was an inspiration to its young participants as it was “the perfect example of a successful business which was started by a local entrepreneur and continues to operate both locally and overseas”.

The programme was keen to introduce students to QuickPM, the tool that will help them in their Young Enterprise project and later on in the future.

Established in 1996, and employing more than 100 technology consultants, 6PM offers a full range of ICT services and products which include business intelligence and data warehousing consultancy, infrastructure services, the Quick Suite and the CareSolutions Suite, among others.


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