Business bootcamp has global vision


A new initiative is set to launch this summer in collaboration with businesses in Cornwall and Madagascar.

TSAP Education is the brainchild of Falmouth University graduate, Chloe Lingard, and her start-up, The Sustain Ability Project CIC (TSAP).

The business bootcamp, which is targeted at students aged 14-17, aims to connect young minds from Cornwall and Madagascar through the power of the internet.

Lingard explained: “The business bootcamp will enhance critical skills such as problem-solving, creativity, communication, and resilience. This programme fosters personal development and provides an unparalleled opportunity for cultural exchange and global collaboration.

“Participants will engage directly with business owners from both Cornwall and Madagascar, gaining insights into diverse entrepreneurial landscapes. They will have the chance to discuss their aspirations and learn practical steps to turn their dreams into reality.”

Lingard says she envisions a world where “geographical boundaries do not limit learning and collaboration”.

“By connecting students from Cornwall and Madagascar, TSAP Education aims to foster a sense of global citizenship and mutual respect among young learners,” she said. “This initiative underscores the importance of understanding different cultures, perspectives, and business practices in an increasingly interconnected world.”

Local businesses and community members are being invited to support this initiative. By partnering with TSAP Education, Lingard says businesses can play a pivotal role in shaping the future of young entrepreneurs and fostering cross-cultural understanding.

For more information or to get involved, you can contact Chloe Lingard at