African Entrepreneurship Forum – 13 May
13 May 2021 @ 11:00
Join us on 13 May for an interactive African Entrepreneurship Forum. It is a great chance to listen to your peers and fellow entrepreneurs, when they share their challenges and success stories and what led to growth and innovation during their tiresome but fulfilling journeys. The session also provides an opportunity for anyone to join the conversation live by raising a question through Zoom or sharing your viewpoint live, as long as we keep it short.
This will be the second instalment of the African Entrepreneurship Forum, established by the Shared Value Africa Initiative (SVAI) to support and connect entrepreneurs for sustainable growth and impact.
Our 13 May session is led by Andrews Kofi Akoto-Addo from Ghana, a Business Developer and Startup Consultant with the Ghana Tech Lab (GTL) and GrassRoots Hub, respectively. Andrews, who recently completed the Shared Value Africa Academy Purpose Playbook training, will be joined by co-host Vuyo Lutseke from the Shared Value Africa Initiative.
Sharing his entrepreneurship journey is keynote Talifhani Mamafha from Analytics Advertising, while Emmanuel Dei-Tumi, President of Human Capital International provides details about their work with entrepreneurs on our continent. Our panel discussion will include the entrepreneurship journeys of people like Elizabeth Okullow, Co-Founder of Aagri Fudi, and Alex Kamanga, Co-Founder of Fundis.
Hosted quarterly, the African Entrepreneurship Forum provides a continent-wide engagement platform, which aims to connect entrepreneurs to funders as well as to each other for networking, insights, and access to growth opportunities on their journey to success.