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Endeavor Nigeria launches entrepreneur ScaleUp program

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Endeavor Nigeria is working to expose high-impact business leaders to extensive global networks by exposing them to an extensive global network. The programme has unveiled its first entrepreneur cohort for the 10-week Endeavor ScaleUp Program.

Seven entrepreneurs from Nigeria-based startups have been chosen to take part in this program. The participants get cutting-edge access to business mentorship, fundraising, partnerships, and a network of impact entrepreneurs.

The lucky seven comprise of Releaf CTO and CEO Nzewi and Uzoma Ayogu, Tomilola Majekodunmi CEO of Bankly, CEO at  Wallet Africa John Oke,  and three co-founders of BFREE.

This program covers a series of group workshops run by Endeavor entrepreneurs, mentors and board members. Notable mentors are Seni Adetu (Guiness Nigeria Plc), Adepeju Adebajo (Lumos Nigeria), Anders Einarsson (Food Products International), and Felix Ike (TeamApt).

Endeavor’s network was founded in 1999 and now covers 40 markets while supporting 2000 entrepreneurs across companies that generate a combined  $28 billion while creating over 3.9 million jobs in 2020 alone.

Source: TechCabal


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