Click-On Kaduna is a digital economy initiative by the Kaduna State Government in partnership with the World Bank, Rockefeller Foundation and local stakeholders.
It recently announced plans to institute an incubation programme, the Kaduna Digital Entrepreneurship Incubation Programme (KAD-DIP).
KAD-DIP, which is holding in Kaduna State and will span six months, aims to nurture digital entrepreneurship as well as create opportunities in Kaduna State.
The programme promises to equip participants with entrepreneurial skills and knowledge required to start and grow businesses in the digital age.
Being an intensive programme that it is, KAD-DIP will also include training, mentorship, peer learning and access to partnerships and investors to innovative entrepreneurs.
Although actual incubation commences in June, applications are currently on. The programme is open to anyone in Nigeria, provided they are in Kaduna State during the period.
If you’ve ever had interest in using digital tools to grow your business and per chance would be in Kaduna State around that time, then you should grab this opportunity.
It gets better, as you also have the opportunity to download and practice the application before going ahead to apply.
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