Deadline: April 25, 2016
The World Economic Forum has launched a search to identify Africa’s next generation of top female innovators and entrepreneurs, with the aim of bringing the brightest and best of them to its annual World Economic Forum on Africa meeting, which takes place this year on 11-13 May in Kigali, Rwanda.
The challenge to find Africa’s top female innovators is open not only to technology entrepreneurs: budding fashion designers, retailers, farmers or anyone else who has demonstrated a track record in deploying innovative technology or business models, as well as having given something back to society along the way, is encouraged to register for the challenge.
The Forum will invite the five best entrepreneurs, selected by a panel of experts, to the World Economic Forum on Africa, where they will be able to meet top leaders from across business, government and civil society as well as potential investors.
This is open to African women innovators & entrepreneurs.
How to Apply
Submit your application here.
For more information, visit Nerve Africa