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TEF To Hold 5th Annual Entrepreneurship Forum In Abuja

One of Africa’s biggest non-profit entrepreneurship outfit, the Tony O. Elumelu Foundation, TEF, has released details for its annual summit slated for later this year.

TEF’s fifth year gathering will be a two-day event which will take place between 26 – 27 July at the iconic Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja Nigeria.

The Forum is the culmination of the annual Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme, which this year mentored, trained and seeded over 3,000 young Africans, selected from over [216,000] applicants.

It provides a great opportunity for young women and men, from all 54 African countries, to meet, learn and network with the broader African and global entrepreneurship ecosystem.

Speakers at the forum include President of Rwanda Paul Kagame and President of Senega
Macky Sall, alongside Tony O. Elumelu, CON, TEF Founder and Chairman of Heirs Holdings and the United Bank for Africa (UBA) in an intimate open house discussion.

The Forum agenda includes masterclasses and panel discussions with leading speakers and sector experts, from Africa and globally, who will engage attendees in specialized training sessions to share insights, deepen their knowledge and refine their skills.

A pitching event will also be featured in the forum, where select entrepreneurs will be given the opportunity to deliver exciting presentations on the goods and services they provide to a distinguished judging panel.

The idea recognizes economically empowering Africa’s youth, the continent’s future wealth creators, and thereby creating sustainable economic and social wealth, as one of the most pressing issues of the 21st century.

TheTEF Entrepreneurship  Forum will assemble the most important stakeholders in the African entrepreneurship ecosystem, as well as providing opportunities for everyone to make a commitment to advance entrepreneurship and scale the impact of our entrepreneurs if we are to accelerate the development of the continent.

The Tony O. Elumelu Foundation, TEF are committed to Investing entrepreneurs now and enable them to reap the Africa of their dreams tomorrow.

Your idea can transform Africa.

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