AyadaLab 12-month intensive networking and qualification program

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AyadaLab takes place in Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Nigeria, Senegal and Ghana, from january to December 2018.  It consists of local and regional workshops, mentoring by some of the best African entrepreneurs in the fields of cultural, digital and social entrepreneurship, networking with leading German and French cultural, social and digital entrepreneurs. The program takes place in English and French, the two languages of the Lab.

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR AYADALAB PROGRAM

Young West Africans entrepreneurs who meet the following criteria
are more than welcome to apply :
  • Aged between 20 and 35
  • Be a national of and based in either Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Senegal, Nigeria or Cameroon
  • Have a 1 year project experience or a tested idea creating value of innovation with high impact on society
  • Have a project in the Cultural and Creative industries (fashion, books, cinema, etc.), Digital (online courses, e-learning, digital education), or Civil society issues (education, women rights and empowerment, civic tech, active citizens)

 

Benefits:

Local & regional workshops

Taking place in Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Senegal, Nigeria and Cameroon, with African cultural, social and digital experts to bolster the startups.

Individual mentoring

Round 2 selection of candidates for a full year individual mentoring and participation in the AYADA Lab regional workshop

Networking trips

To France and Germany to meet with European creative and tech industries expert.

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Adekemi is a Pastor by calling and Dentist by profession. She is the Co-founder of ‘Komplete Woman’ an organization whose aim is to inspire and mentor young women to discover their purpose early. She is an associate fellow of the Royal commonwealth society. She is passionate about God, writing, poetry and influencing the younger generation to fan the flame of their potential.