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  • 22 Quotes from the International Youth Day with TEF

    Today, we marked the International Youth Day with an event themed “Investing in Africa’s Future: Youth Empowerment through Entrepreneurship” which featured an intellectual discourse on the critical role of the youth in igniting their potential, population, and influence to create mechanisms for sustainable development across the continent. Here are some notable quotes from the event: …

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  • 5 Young African Entrepreneurs Growing Eco-friendly Businesses on the Continent

    Eco-entrepreneurship is the new fad of startup entrepreneurship, not because of its rising popularity, but its potential to transform our environment, improving the quality of life.  In Africa, green entrepreneurship is gaining significant traction, with more and more young African entrepreneurs seeking innovative ways to solve immediate environmental challenges, while making profits.   Here a …

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  • Africa is a Land of Opportunities” – Tony Elumelu Says at TIME100Talks

    On Thursday, 30th July, our Founder Tony Elumelu joined the TIME100 Talks for a conversation alongside global leaders Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and US Senator Tammy Duckworth. TIME100 Talks is a live event series that convenes leaders from every field to spotlight solutions to urgent global problems and encourage cross-disciplinary action. …

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  • Tony Elumelu, Bill Gates, US Senator Duckworth Convene at Time100 Talks

    Tomorrow Group Chairman, Heirs Holdings, and founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Tony Elumelu will join Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and U.S Senator, Tammy Duckworth on TIME100 Talks to discuss strategies for creating sustainable and inclusive economic growth across the world. TIME100 Talks is a new live event series that convenes leaders from every field to …

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  • Uchenna Nnodim’s Tech-Cryptocurrency Business, Roqqu.com is Powering Financial Independence in Africa

    Uchenna Nnodum is the Founder of Roqqu.com, a cryptocurrency exchange platform and Ufinix.com, an online academy for training developers. In this interview, Uchenna shares a story of resilience and achievements as he builds tech businesses in the African market. Interview with Uchenna Nnodim: Since I launched Roqqu.com, we have achieved unimaginable milestones.  With our flagship product in the blockchain space, …

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  • The African Entrepreneurship Digest – August Issue

    Subscribe Here African Outlook     |     News from the Foundation     |     TEF Entrepreneurs     |`    Business Growth African Outlook | News from the Foundation | TEF Entrepreneurs | Business Growth African Outlook News from the Foundation TEF Entrepreneurs Business Growth African Outlook | News from TEF | TEF Entrepreneurs | Business Growth …

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  • ‘Africapitalism’ and the limits of any variant of capitalism

    In a contribution to ROAPE’s debate on capitalism in Africa, Stefan Ouma provides a critical account of Africapitalism as well as an assessment of the future/s it imagines, what it silences and its potential to transform African economies. Ouma concludes that the ecologically destructive and dehumanizing architecture of our global economic system provides further evidence to condemn any variant of capitalism.

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  • Idea to Reality – Put Your Money Where Your Strategy Is

    This series of workshops explores building delivery capabilities for start-ups and small businesses within the context of the Project Economy*. In the first edition, we looked at how SMEs succeed through project management. We continue this discussion on Monday 20th July with a session entitled ‘Idea to Reality: Putting Your Money Where Your Strategy Is’. …

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  • Gender Diversity, African Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Growth

    An Interview with Vanessa Moungar, Director for Gender, Women and Civil Society, African Development Bank Group The Tony Elumelu Foundation and the African Development Bank Group are in partnership to empower young African entrepreneurs. How does this fit into the agenda for the AfDB and how can the private and public sectors work more collaboratively …

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  • An Entrepreneur writes on Contextualizing Africapitalism and Why the African Youth must take Ownership

    By Che Azenyui Bruno Africa is the world’s second largest continent in terms of population and the “youngest continent on earth” as more than 60% of its population is below the age of 25. This relatively young and active demographic of the continent present a veritable opportunity for investment in the creation of startup enterprises …

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