Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme Worth $100 Million African Entrepreneurs is open for 10,000 desire African Entrepreneurs to fully benefit from the $100 Million awards.
One of Nigerian’s multi-billionaire and sponsor Tony Elumelu has approve $100 Million to establish 10,000 entrepreneurs across Africa over the next 10 years. Tony Elumelu made the announcement on Monday during a press briefing in Lagos – Nigeria during the launching of The Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme (TEEP).
Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme is an African Entrepreneurship programme of the Tony Elumelu Foundation which is also a yearly programme of building, awarding/funding and supervising, which is established to supersede the future generation of African Entrepreneurship.
Sponsor: Tony Elumelu Foundation
Worth of Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme
The 10,000 start-ups selected from a pool of applicants across Africa will participate in a comprehensive programme which will include;
- A customized 12-week business skills training course
- Start-Up Enterprise Toolkit
- Resource Library
- 2-Day Boot Camp
- Seed Capital Funding
- Elumelu Forum
- Alumni Network
Eligibility Countries: Whole of Africa
Application Due Date: 1st March 2016
How To Apply For Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme
Applicant must their applications via online through the TEEP Portal.
Important questions will asked, answer them and upload additional documents and identification materials.
A confirmation email will be sent to you within 1 working day of submission.
For more information about the program, eligibility and the application process and selection processes are available on the Tony Elumelu Foundation website at: www.tonyelumelufoundation.org/TEEP
Please Note That;
In 2015, the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme did empowered 1,000+ African Entrepreneurs from a selected applicants of 20,000 was awarded a start up investment, given an active mentoring, effective business training, an entrepreneurship boot camp and regional networking across Africa.
Applicants from the ages of 21 – 40 from 51 countries in Africa where able to complete their programme and they were awarded the sum of $5,000 each to start up their own desired businesses.
In a concluding note, The Tony Elumelu Foundation invested a total of $4,860,000, including $1,405,000 in agriculture, $410,000 in education and training and $365,000 in manufacturing. The sector-agnostic programme funded start-ups across a further 20 industries, all based in Africa.