Enterprise Development for Women-Owned Ventures in Green Energy Accelerated by the Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum
By Abdul Rahman Bangura–
NEW AFRICA BUSINESS NEWS (NABN) Freetown, Sierra Leone- Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) has inaugurated a contemporary business “Enterprise Development for Women-Owned Ventures in Green Energy” and is pleasured to publish the need for applications for a Startup Incubator in Malawi and Nigeria.
The recent enterprise in question is a twelve months program financed by the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) and will help seventy women encompassed in renewable and green energy production in two African countries – Malawi and Nigeria. The program requests two components to be carried out in two phases one after another:
Thirty women in each country shall have a startup incubator; in entirety sixty benefited in designing, refining, and launching their renewable and green energy business ideas. And same, ten ascertained incubators renewable and green energy women-owned/led ventures (five from each country) will earn entrepreneurial coaching and rehearsal for investment-readiness. The program gives the alternative of accessing venture finance. This buzz for application is for the Startup Incubator program.
Apparently, the Startup Incubator is for people or committees from Malawi and Nigeria who have a notion for renewable and green energy enterprise clues to one of the key social and environmental challenges. The Startup Incubator program is intended for at enabling women program renewable and green energy enterprise idea into a product or service that customers want to buy. The winning individuals or teams will receive training and support on turning their ideas into reality.
Incubator Modules including Pitch Training Mentorship support Expert Guidance and Tailored Support to make your business idea a reprograming opportunity with like-minded entrepreneurs that will attain a chance to set up their business idea at the AWIEF Annual Conference (Dec 2-3, 2020; physical + virtual) – Africa’s number 1 women entrepreneurship conference for discussion on topics of business – in Johannesburg, South Africa.
The eligibility for participants is surrounded within the ages of eighteen years resident in Malawi or Nigeria, and must have a steady articulation in English Business Venture Sector Focus in Renewable and Green Energy Sector including: Solar, wind, hydro, biomass, biogas, biofuel and other green energy solutions containing theories for endurable energy-technologies for cooking Business venture to be incorporated and operated in Malawi or Nigeria Program participants committed to working 20+ hours a week on their venture during September and October, 2020Applicants can apply as individuals or a team with a maximum of three members.
For New Africa Business News (NABN) Abdul Rahman Bangura Reports, Africa Correspondent
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