Inspiring a Generation of Creators.
Taj Pabari is eighteen-years-old, just finished high-school, yet his passion for young people, business and entrepreneurship has led him to a level of influence well beyond his years. Taj established Fiftysix Creations, Australasia's Largest Youth Entrepreneurship Provider at the age of fourteen. As of 1 December 2018, Fiftysix Creations has educated 50,022 Australian Students.
Fiftysix Creations run workshops for schools teaching young people as young as five all the way to eighteen, about the world of business, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. The organisation has partnered with Westpac, PwC Australia, MYOB and the State and Federal Government to deliver it’s workshop programs to regional and remote areas around Australia and New Zealand.
In 2017, Business Camp was launched in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. A 3 day school holiday program introducing young people to the world of business and entrepreneurship, along the way teaching young people about transferrable skills including communication, collaboration and negotiation.
Taj’s work and story has been featured by Sunrise, 60 Minutes, The Today Show, National Geographic, ABC, Nickelodeon and CNBC.
Accolades collected by Taj and Fiftysix Creations include being named the 2017 Young Australian of the Year for Queensland, The Australian Young Innovator of the Year and Winner of Westpac's Top 20 Businesses of Tomorrow.
Fiftysix Creations is Australia's Largest Entrepreneurship School Workshop Provider. We teach young people about the world of creativity and entrepreneurship. We offer in-school programs and school holiday programs, providing engaging, hands-on creativity and entrepreneurship workshops to help students engage with the skills of the future in a safe and constructive environment. Our workshops are tightly integrated with the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) Curriculum providing workshops on a wide selection of topics including business, entrepreneurship, soft skills and financial literacy.