Tony Elumelu's TEEP Bootcamp Kick-Off in Lagos, Nigeria

The Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme (TEEP), a $100 million Pan-African entrepreneurship initiative, will from July 10 to 12, hold a boot camp for 1,000 entrepreneurs in Nigeria. The participants, selected from over 20,000 applicants from all over Africa are expected to converge in Ota, Ogun State, at the largest ever gathering of emerging entrepreneurs on the continent. The boot camp, a milesto...

09 Jul 10:32 AM 0 Read More...

Accountability Meter for Nigerian Pres. Buhari Activated.

Following the inauguration of Muhammadu Buhari as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, an accountability meter: Buhari Meter has been launched to track every single promise and achievement of the Buhari administration. Buhari Meter is conceptualized to address the challenges of governance, civic participation and effective service delivery in Nigeria. The central focus of this initiative is to bri...

02 Jun 1:05 PM 0 Read More...

APPLY NOW! AMPION Announces 5 African Bus Routes for 2015

Ampion has opened it's applications for the Venture Buses 2015 across Africa today. Ampion, the Berlin-based accelerator and advisory firm promoting technology entrepreneurship in Africa, is opening up the latest round of its pan-African bus tours for corporate executives, startup founders, and investors. Now in its third year the buses will hit the road between September and December with trips across Eas...

01 Jun 12:13 PM 0 Read More...

She Leads Africa Launches 2015 Entrepreneur Showcase

She Leads Africa has announced the launch of its second annual Entrepreneur Showcase for the most talented female entrepreneurs across Africa and the diaspora. This event is the premier platform for young female entrepreneurs looking to grow and scale their businesses across Africa. Participants in the competition will compete for $15,000 in cash prizes, media features in international news outlets, and exclusive...

09 May 9:53 AM 0 Read More...

Twitter Chat: The #eLA15 edTech – May 8, 12PM GMT

Where do I start? What knowledge do I need? What are the main traps? 35% of young people in Africa have no access to secondary education or technical skills development, and 82 million adults lack basic literacy skills(1), but budding education technology entrepreneurs across the continent are recognizing the untapped business potential of the African education market, and coming up with innovative solutions ...

29 Apr 1:58 PM 0 Read More...
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