August 2015

We have had the pilot project and it has gone extremely successfully. We are now looking to go national? It is an amazing initiative for the country and will do wonders for your brand. Let’s look at the results:

Lemonade Day Lemonade Day
Empowering children through entrepreneurship training.
We partnered with Lemonade Day USA and brought it to Lemonade Day in 2014. They train over 250 000 children a year and have great systems and training in place.
We did a pilot project in Knysna to get started, at the Oyster Festival. This was sponsored by, PicknPay.
Check out our results: – My invitation to be part of the solution – all the pictures
Now we want to take this national and continental and we need scale and reach. It is the best opportunity for this country and continent. Whoever embraces this will reap long term rewards and brand loyalty.

I am actively seeking a national Projects Director at the moment to roll out this organisation nationally.

If you would like to see the report we did on the pilot launch or if you are interested in the project director position please email The report is a detailed analysis of what worked and what can be improved on.

I look forward to hearing from you.


Scott Picken
IPS Founder and Chairman

P.S. Have you read my book, Property Going Global, in conjunction with Clem Sunter, which is the authority on How to Invest Offshore with a safe system and create global wealth?

June 2015

Lemonade Day is coming to Lemonade Day!

The Lemonade Day is a strategic 14-step process that walks youth from a dream to a business plan, while teaching them the same principles required to start any big company. Inspiring kids to work hard and make a profit, they are also taught to spend some, save some and share some by giving back to their community.

The Lemonade Day concept has been adopted from America. We currently the exclusive licence for Lemonade Day in Africa.

In 2007, founder Michael Holthouse (a very well-known and respected entrepreneur in America) had a vision to empower today’s youth to become tomorrow’s entrepreneurs through helping them start, own and operate their very own business…a lemonade stand.

Michael launched Lemonade Day in Texas in 2007, and it has grown from 2,700 kids in one city to 250,000 kids in over 36 cities across America. With great partners like Google for Entrepreneurs. We have decided to bring this great idea to Knysna and make a difference in our community.

Lemonade Day is Empowering Today’s Youth to Become Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs.

Come and support our kids selling their Lemonade from the 3rd-12th July at the Knysna Sports field, over the Oyster Festival. They will be there from 9-5pm.

Changing the world 1 cup at a time.