Nomfro Technologies' 4th Entrepreneurship Empowerment Project to Support 500 African Startups
Aspiring African entrepreneurs now have the chance to join a thriving community and gain valuable skills through the fourth edition of Nomfro Technologies’ Entrepreneurship Empowerment Project (NTEEP).
Applications are open until March 14th, with the program running from April 1st to 27th.
NTEEP, launched in 2020, has already empowered over 600 startups across the continent. This year, they aim to support another 500 with a comprehensive program designed to help them scale their businesses in the digital age.
The program offers participants:
– Intensive training: Industry experts lead a month-long program covering business development, strategy, and management.
– Digital marketing training: Learn how to leverage digital platforms effectively to reach your target audience and grow your business.
– Cutting-edge tools: Gain access to the latest digital tools to help you manage your business efficiently.
– Sponsored websites: NTEEP will build a website for your startup, giving you a professional online presence from the start.
– Long-term mentoring: Connect with experienced entrepreneurs who will provide you with guidance and support throughout your journey.
NTEEP welcomes applications from idea-stage and early-stage ventures across Africa with the potential for growth. To apply and learn more, visit – http://www.nteep.org/
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