African Female Tech Entrepreneurs: Apply to be a part of the World Economic Forum in Durban, South Africa

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Leading female tech innovators and entrepreneurs in Africa can now apply to take part in the World Economic Forum regional meeting taking place in Durban, South Africa, from May3-5, 2017. The meeting presents them the opportunity to meet, and network with other leaders while sharing their experience with a global audience.

Last year, the inaugural edition of the meeting had inspiring African women working on several innovative projects like paperless health insurance, and solar-powered vending cart, share their experiences.

Themed, “Achieving Inclusive Growth“, this year’s edition will bring together regional, and global leaders in business, civil society, and the government to explore solutions to economic challenges. Insights from leading experts on how African economies can be enhanced especially in the face of the looming Fourth Industrial revolution, will be sought.

Eligibility and Criteria:

  • Must be a female innovator or entrepreneur in Africa
  • Business must demonstrate social and economic potential
  • Business must be less than 3 years old, with one year proven revenue generation.

Interested persons can nominate/ begin application here

 

 

 

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  1. Pingback: African entrepreneur: Register to acquire free business skills and a trip to Berlin for the Westerwelle Young Founders Programme 2017 - The website for African entrepreneurs

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