A millennial is deeply integrated within the online clickable culture. I mean, 56% of Millennials won’t even accept jobs from companies that ban social media.
A South African millennial knows the nostalgia of ‘bompies’ from the school tuckshop, or the craze of Pokemon Go.
We own social and digital platforms because we were born for it.
A South African millennial knows what it feels like to be the product of parents who lived and struggled through apartheid.
A South African millennial understands the scars of our nation, and the frustration to break that cycle of oppression.
A millennial sees beyond the conventional, and is compelled to push at these very boundaries.
A millennial is willing to recreate a new, free, non-judgmental world where the colour of your skin or your gender, no longer determines the heights of success that you can reach.
Cocky, because we know our worth and sense of selves. By 2018, Millennials will have the most spending power of any generation and by 2025, 3 out of every 4 workers globally will be a millennial.
A millennial questions, and is not satisfied by the answer, so they are in constant search of a higher meaning.
A millennial daren’t be restricted by poor state leadership, instead they radicalise and strategise, quite capable of voicing their concerns and ideas.
We are the new kind of leaders:
We are the disruptors, the influencers, the trailblazers, the healers, the innovators…
If you nodded yes to any of these statements, then you are already a part of The Young Independents movement.
You strive to lead, to create, to innovate, to participate!
Look at our Top 100 Young Independents of 2016 (Cassper Nyovest, Thando Hopa, Gert Johan Coetzee, Dju Sbu, Wayde van Niekerk, to name a few) for a healthy dose of inspiration…
Why Should you join the Young Independents (TYI) community?
The Young Independents encapsulates the ‘now’ generation.
We celebrate the African identity, revelling in the young leaders that create and are the pulse of our democratic South Africa.
As a team of talented, young, black creatives – we know that the content we create, is the content that we would consume.
We are proud that we produce localised content, giving you news that relates to your everyday life.
From lifestyle, to education, scitech, to recipes, we cater to every homie out there hustling and grindin’ to reach their ultimate potential.
We guide you through life, with relatable narratives and do-able solutions.
The best part, is that we’re an open platform inviting all creative’s to send us their best content: firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow us on Twitter and Facebook: @theyoungindy
And access our official website everyday for a daily fix of inspiration and trending news: www.tyi.co.za