The competition will amalgamate all finalists and offer them the opportunity to network with global investors as well as $15,000 worth of business courses at the world-renowned university.
Said to facilitate discussions around how African innovation is influencing the global economy, the Stanford Africa Business Forum is opening their New Venture Pitch Competition to the masses this year.
Known to offer budding start-ups a place on the world entrepreneurial stage, the competition is a chance for start-ups to pitch their business models at a virtual event this coming April 16th.
Taking place in person for finalists, The New Venture pitch competition will amalgamate those remaining and offer them the opportunity to network with Silicon-valley investors, Stanford students and faculty as well as $15,000 worth of entrepreneurship courses at the world-renowned Stanford University.
To check if you’re eligible and to apply, head to wwww.sabf.stanford.edu.
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