To deepen its ongoing Africapitalism drive this year, the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) Entrepreneurship Programme has launched the 4th cycle of the initiative.
Chief Executive Officer of the non-governmental organization (NGO), Parminder Vir, said “we are happy to announce that the 2018 search for 1,000 of Africa’s most promising entrepreneurs has begun! We are now accepting applications for the 4th cycle of our groundbreaking Pan-African entrepreneurship development initiative, the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme”.
“The application portal is open and accepting submissions until Midnight WAT on March 1, 2018. The entrepreneurs are encouraged to complete the online application at www.application.tonyelumelufoundation.org.”
Vir noted that “after three cycles, our 3,000 entrepreneurs across Africa have created tens of thousands of jobs in the process – in the Agriculture industry alone, they are responsible for over 15,000 jobs”.