1) the advancement of education in business and entrepreneurship for the public benefit, including by:
(a) the teaching of business and entrepreneurship skills through seminars, lectures, training courses;
(b) the funding of and the provision for young people to undertake business internships; and
(c) funding and undertaking study and research in business and entrepreneurship, provided that the useful results of such study are disseminated to the public at large; and
(2) the relief of unemployment for the benefit of the public in such ways as may be thought fit, including:
(a) the provision of education, training or retraining, particularly among unemployed people, and providing unemployed people with business training;
(b) bringing together commercial partners, local and national government and philanthropic and charitable organisations to provide financial assistance, technical assistance or business advice or consultancy in order to provide training and employment opportunities for unemployed people in cases of hardship or other financial need through help in setting up their own business; and
(c) to promote and support the rehabilitation of individuals who are or have previously been prisoners by the promotion and provision of business education and training in prisons and for individuals who have just been released from prison.