This informational case study is an exploration of how the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) built the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme, one of the most ambitious Entrepreneurship Programmes on the African continent. As the first two cohorts have graduated, this case study is an exploration of the initial challenges and the lessons learned.
The aim of the research project done in conjunction with Edinburg University is to explore how African business leaders can pursue the goals of profit and social wealth creation and to identify the extent to which they do this.
In order to provide a balanced view, policymakers were included in our study to understand how they view the
role of the private sector and also the purpose of business in Africa
Since 2010, the Tony Elumelu Foundation has been dedicated to resolving Africa’s most pressing social issues by supporting entrepreneurs and enhancing the competitiveness of the private sector. In this report, we describe the impact of programme activities we conducted between 2010 and 2015, during which we operated within four main areas – supporting entrepreneurship, enhancing competitiveness, policy interventions and leadership development – while building the African philanthropic sector as a pioneer in the field.
The Africapitalism Institute launched a report on the sidelines of the 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) in Nairobi, Kenya. Titled Unleashing Afric
Download the Tony Elumelu Foundation report on the potentials of agribusinesses in transforming the continent, on the sidelines.