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$2 Million Google Impact Challenge

Deadline is April 9, 2021 Google Impact Challenge for Women and Girls commits $25 million to fund organizations creating pathways to prosperity for women and girls. Google wants to support organizations helping women and girls turn their economic potential into power by investing in programs: Addressing systemic barriers to economic equality,Cultivating entrepreneurship,Developing financial independence. Selected charitable initiatives will receive up to ...

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AMfricana: Your Ideal Afrocentric Fashion Brand

AMfricana is an Afrocentric fashion brand that creates hip and trendy designs using Adire and Ankara materials. NULI Bumper Jacket by AMfricana AMfricana offers you comfortable and affordable designs  linked to your African heritage.Delivery is done worldwide and bulk orders are accepted. EMILY Top by AMfricana Contact AMfricana:Instagram- @AMfricanaCall/WhatsApp- ‪+2348186763009‬ More Trendy Designs in Picture Gallery DERA Top by AMfricana Jenny ...

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Learn a Skill at Skills and Scale Africa this August

Skills and Scale Africa Are you a Student, an aspiring entrepreneur or an entrepreneur? Would you like to Learn a Skill at Skills and Scale Africa this August? If YES, Skills and Scale Africa is an emerging Platform designed to empower individuals who already have/utilize their skills by providing them with opportunities to scale their ideas through grants, funding or ...

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Access Bank Womenpreneur Pitch-A-Ton 2020

Here’s an amazing opportunity for female entrepreneurs in Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, Zambia, Sierra-Leone, Gambia and Congo. Access Bank Womenpreneur Pitch-a-ton Africa is the first women-in-business support initiative of its kind in the industry offered by the Access Bank W Initiative. The program in its maiden edition in 2019 provided financial grants worth N9 Million to the top 5 applicants with ...

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Developing An Entrepreneurial Mindset

Developing An Entrepreneurial Mindset

Article “Developing An Entrepreneurial Mindset” By Mary Omange Through the years, entrepreneurs are known as those who dare to make a difference by defying all odds. They make revolutionary discoveries which positively impact the world. Having studied and researched on great entrepreneurs like Richard Branson, Mark Zuckerberg among others. From all indications, they have similar mindset towards business which lots ...

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How To Start Your Business With Zero Capital

Article By Adepeju Jaiyeoba ‘If you can’t start a business with $0, being an entrepreneur is probably not for you.’ I read this quote recently and it resonated deeply. Today, let’s talk about how to start a business with $0. (Note that I said start, not run or finish) 1. Dissect your idea– if you are like me that gets ...

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How To Start A Business

Article On How To Start A Business By Adepeju Jaiyeoba Many times when people ask me how to start a business or an organisation, I simply tell them just start! Just do it!! Take some steps, anything to show movements and progression. Today, I’m sharing three practical ways to actually start your business or organisation: 1. Do Your Research: In ...

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How To Prepare For Opportunities After Rejections

Article By Adepeju Jaiyeoba This week, the Mandela Washington Fellowship, Fulbright Application results as well as the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program’s results came in. I know how it feels to have expectations dashed when not selected so I decided to share with you some of my personal stories around application rejections. In 2011, I had recently graduated and wanted to ...

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Registering A Social Enterprise? Here’s What You Should Know.

Article by Adepeju Jaiyeoba If you are an aspiring social entrepreneur, existing social entrepreneur or seeking legal registration for your social enterprise, this is for you. Today, let’s talk about the important issue of legal registration for social enterprises and the dilemma of a social entrepreneur. Last Sunday, I taught a one day certificate course in nonprofit and social enterprise ...

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Five Key Things Entrepreneurs Running StartUps Should Avoid

Article by Adepeju Jaiyeoba Yesterday, I read the story of a lady who called out her employer, a young entrepreneur who runs a food business, for owing her and her colleagues salaries close to six months. As the young entrepreneur struggled to defend herself, detailing how her food business ran down, she opened up on her struggles. Here are five ...

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