African Female Entrepreneurs to Win $10,000 from GTBank & She Leads Africa 2015

Would you like to participate in the premier platform for young female entrepreneurs looking to grow and scale their businesses across Africa? GTBank and She Leads Africa presents $10,000 Pitch Competition for Entrepreneurs Through the She Leads Africa 2015 Pitch Competition, GTBank supports African entrepreneurs and creates platforms to enable them get the skills, network […]

Get 3 million naira for your Business – Apply for Diamond Bank’s Building Entrepreneurs Today 2015 (BET5) Business Grant

Do you have an innovative business that needs funding? BET – Building Entrepreneurs Today – marks another great opportunity for entrepreneurs all over Nigeria in the following industries (fashion and lifestyle, agriculture, information and communication technology) to present their businesses and innovation and have the opportunity of being selected as one of the top 50 […]

Experts Debate Urgency of Investing in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education in Africa

Alongside the World Economic Forum in Africa, a panel of experts will explore how investments in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education will drive Africa’s development forward and why the lack of such investment is perilous to the continent’s future. Experts will debate the urgency of investing in STEM education, an area of focus […]

How Michael Olafusi Accidentally became Africa’s Number 1 MS Excel Guru, Quit His Job to Start Excel Consulting Firm

In this exclusive interview on After School Africa, Michael Olafusi shares the inspiring story of how his curiosity to learn on impulse lead him to develop exceptional skill in Microsoft Excel, accidentally caught the entrepreneurship bug, and quit his job to start his own Consulting firm purely based on his Excel skill. Michael Olafusi is […]

The most effective way to establish true prosperity in Africa by Tony Elumelu

This article was originally written by Tony Elumelu and published on Too many policymakers think in terms of traditional aid when they think of support for Africa and the developing world. I think of Shadi Sabeh. Shadi is a young man from Sokoto in northern Nigeria – a region currently struggling with a lack […]