TONY ELUMELU FOUNDATION POSTPONES 2020 TEF ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMME AND TEF FORUM UNTIL 2021.
In response to the current crisis resulting from the coronavirus pandemic, the entrepreneurship-focused African philanthropy, the Tony Elumelu Foundation, has announced the difficult decision to postpone the 6th edition of its Entrepreneurship Programme and the TEF Forum until 2021. Given the paramount importance of public health and safety, this sadly is the only appropriate course of action.
AFRICAN PRIVATE-SECTOR-LED PHILANTHROPY IN AFRICA CHAMPIONING ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Established in 2010, the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) is Africa’s private-sector-led philanthropy championing Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs across the African continent. The Foundation’s long-term investment in empowering African entrepreneurs is emblematic of Tony Elumelu’s philosophy of Africapitalism, which positions Africa’s private sector and most importantly entrepreneurs, as the catalyst for the social and economic development of the continent.
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