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Apply For Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme 2018


The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) is now accepting applications for business ideas that can transform Africa. The Programme, in its 4th cycle, is Tony Elumelu Foundation’s 10-year, $100 million commitment to identify, train, mentor and fund 10,000 African entrepreneurs by 2024.


1,000 entrepreneurs will be selected based on the viability of their idea, including: market opportunity; financial understanding; scalability; and leadership and entrepreneurial skills demonstrated in the application.



Benefits
The Programme provides critical tools for business success, including:

Training:12 weeks of intensive online training which guides creating and managing a business
Mentoring: A world-class mentor to guide during the early transformation stages of the business
Funding:$5,000* in seed capital to prove the concept, plus access to further funding
Network: Access to the largest network of African start-ups and TEF’s own global contacts
Eligibility Requirements for Tony Elumelu Foundation Application 2018:
The business must be based in Africa
The business must be for profit
The business must be 0-3 years old
Applicants must be at least 18 and a legal resident or citizen of an African country

How to apply
To apply, complete the online application at www.application.tonyelumelufoundation.org
The deadline is midnight (WAT) on 1 March 2018.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 1, 2018

For more information or to apply, visit: http://www.tonyelumelufoundation.org/about-tef/application-process/

Media inquiries: media@tonyelumelufoundation.org

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