An initiative of the Global African Investment Summit, the African Entrepreneurship Programme (AEP) is on a mission to give support to entrepreneurs and young businesses in Africa.
The initiative is supported by Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Africa’s most successful entrepreneur, Aliko Dangote and former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo.
The support is meant for businesses in need of capital for expansion purposes, The summit is already calling on applications for the support as well as for opportunity to connect with financial stakeholders in Africa.
Worthy of note is that the summit will attract over 750 qualified global investors and top of that is the AEP will also provide support for young businesses and entrepreneurs selected by the Programme while the top three most talented entrepreneurs will have to privilege to present their business proposals to investors at the London Global African Investment Summit in December.
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