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Tony Elumelu Foundation Announces Changes To Its Flagship Programme

The Tony Elumelu Foundation has made strategic changes to the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme Cycle. These changes, which took effect from January 1, 2020, will provide more value across the continent and achieve our mandate to transform the African continent through entrepreneurship. This is one of the announcements heralding the 10th

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Applications For 6th Cohort Of Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme Now Open

Applications for the 6th cohort of the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme are now open. The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF)—Africa’s leading philanthropy focused on empowering African entrepreneurs—is looking for the most innovative business ideas across the African continent. You are eligible to apply if you have a business idea or

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Tony Elumelu Foundation Announces Final 2,100 African Entrepreneurs for the Inaugural TEF-UNDP Entrepreneurship Programme

The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF)—the private-sector-led philanthropy focused on empowering African entrepreneurs—has announced a final list of 2,100 entrepreneurs to benefit from the inaugural TEF-UNDP Entrepreneurship Programme. The Programme targets small business owners in rural communities across the 7 Sahel countries of Africa – Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Mauritania, Burkina Faso,

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468 Entrepreneurs Graduate From Stanbic Business Incubator

Stanbic Bank Uganda has today awarded 468entrepreneurs from 156Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) certificates after completingbusiness trainingcourses at the bank’s Business Incubator in Kampala. This is the fourthgraduation ceremony of entrepreneurs from the Stanbic Business Incubator since its inception in February 2018. The training has recently been expanded upcountry to

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Uganda Has World’s Highest Percentage Of Women Business Owners, Finds Mastercard Index

The third edition of the Mastercard Index of Women Entrepreneurs (MIWE) has listed three African countries as global leaders in terms of women-owned businesses. Uganda, Ghana and Botswana are ranked as the top three countries with the highest percentages of women-owned businesses across the 58 markets evaluated around the world.

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