Pour le programme d’accélérateur d’un partenaire de Startup Grind qui vise à aider tous les entrepreneurs à lancer, renforcer et redimensionner leurs entreprises est annoncé pour le 22 Juin 2019 a l’hôtel New Rivoli, Cotonou à partir de 14 :30. Les participants seront guidés à travers quatre étapes différentes. Ce programme d’accélération est ouvert à tous les individus créatifs ou innovateurs sur la scène entrepreneuriale.
À la fin, les participants se disputeront des millions de dollars en prix et en services de soutien qui transformeront leurs entreprises au niveau national et international.
Ce programme d’accélération est ouvert à tous les individus créatifs ou innovateurs sur la scène entrepreneuriale.
Francis Wepngong Ndi was born in Mbot Cameroon. He studied languages which led him to earn an MA at Leiden University, the Netherlands. After Leiden, he has been offering volunteer and language services to non-profits and some corporate organizations. He has as well as been acting as a linguistic and rural development consultant for Benin. Presently, he is running SAWP Consultancy.
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Titilayo FAFOUMI is one of Benin's 15 representatives at the Mandela Washington Fellowship Program 2016.
Titilayo Fafoumi has over four years of entrepreneurial experience with her firm, Nuri, which creates and manufactures fruit juices and jam. Titilayo currently employs six young people and sells her products in three of Benin's major cities. Her commitment to youth and women's empowerment makes her an active member of many youth organizations and networks.
It offers free training sessions to disadvantaged young people during the holidays on processing fruit juices, soap, and the manufacture of vinegar. Titilayo is also Executive Secretary of the Panafrican Youth Leadership Network, Rojalnu OMD, Benin. She is currently studying for a Masters in Project Management. At the end of the Mandela Washington Fellowship, she intends to double Nuri's production, provide more jobs to her peers through her company, as well as create entrepreneurship clubs in Benin's universities.