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From July 22 to –July 24, 2019 hundreds of entrepreneurs will gather at the Ecobank Head Office in Ghana’s capital Accra.

It would be for the first-ever Student Entrepreneurship Week Pan-Africa (SEWAfrica).

The program is being put together by the Stars From All Nations (SFAN), with the support from Ecobank Ghana.

There are other partners also supporting such as Venture Capital for Africa, Eastgate hotel, QI Holdings, Movemeback, ABAN, Impact Hub, Ingressive, 3rdFloorDigital, KweseTV and Africa Feeds.

The Student Entrepreneurship Week is an education forum, established to help budding entrepreneurs gain actionable, experiential knowledge and tools for building sustainable businesses.

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The event will also serve as a platform for showcasing talents, facilitating networking and identifying funding sources for start-up businesses.

700 high potential innovators from around the continent will be gathering at this event over three days.

There would be power-packed training, thought leadership, pitching and insightful conversations.

High growth technology entrepreneurs targeting a billion dollar market will have the chance to pitch their businesses for funding of up to $100,000 during the 1-on-1 pitch session with Ingressive Capital.

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Investors like QI Holdings are also excitedly open to investing up to $10,000 in start-ups that are the right fit for them.

SFAN President, Tom-Chris Emewulu says “As with SFAN events, we’re assembling some of the best and brightest speakers and trainers to spark meaningful conversations that help turn ideas into innovations.”

For all young people hoping to get the needed support for their projects, SFAN’s SEWAfrica is the best place to be.

 

Source: Africafeeds.com

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