Deadline: March 31, 2024
Applications are invited for the Nomfro Technologies’ Entrepreneurship Empowerment Program (NTEEP) 2024. Building a startup is hard work under any circumstances, but doing so in Africa often means confronting issues like lack of access to funding, mentorship, and essential business skills training. That is why programs like the Nomfro Technologies Entrepreneurship Empowerment Program (NTEEP) are so vital for empowering African startups.
Launched in 2020, NTEEP stands as a beacon of empowerment for entrepreneurs across Africa. Through its comprehensive program, it has successfully trained and empowered over 600 startups across Africa. The program focuses on providing entrepreneurs with training, essential business marketing tools and skills, and a supportive community to scale up their businesses in an ever-evolving digital landscape.
- Access to Intensive Entrepreneurship Training: Participants undergo a month-long intensive training program facilitated by industry experts. The training covers crucial aspects of entrepreneurship, guiding startups through the intricacies of business development, strategy, and management.
- Access to digital marketing training: In recognition of the digital era, NTEEP places a strong emphasis on digital marketing. Participants receive training from experts in the field, arming them with the knowledge to leverage digital platforms effectively for business growth.
- Access to Digital Tools: Recognizing the importance of technology in business, NTEEP provides startups with access to cutting-edge technological tools. This ensures that they are equipped with the resources needed to navigate and thrive in the digital age.
- Get a Sponsored Business Website: NTEEP takes a hands-on approach by sponsoring websites for participating startups at no cost to them. This empowers startups to establish and strengthen their online presence, a critical factor in today’s business landscape.
- Access to long-term mentoring: The program matches participants with experienced mentors in their industry. Mentors provide guidance and support to help startups overcome challenges and achieve key milestones. Mentorship is a pivotal component, allowing entrepreneurs to tap into a wealth of knowledge from those who have walked the path before them.
- Your business must be operating in Africa.
- The startup is in the idea stage or early stage.
- Can demonstrate the potential for future scale.
- An African living abroad.
- International startup focusing on African women, youths, or children.
For more information, visit NTEEP.