Startups in Osun state, Nigeria converge in Ife this Sunday, December 17 to strategise on dominating Africa's Largest Business incubator,- The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) ahead of 2018 cycle of applications.
Registration has been on HERE (http://startups.paypass.africa). This is a meetup by StartupLABS.
Participants will bebefit the following:
Question2Question Guide on TEF applicationAccess to Fund raising material and template.Insights into 2018 predictions on startups.One on One consultation with facilitators.
The keynote resource for this startupLABS mmetup is OGUNBOWALE GBENGA, CEO of EPOWER.
Gbenga is 2017 fellow of TonyElumeluFoundation (Africa), an international Facebook Trainer. Gbenga has an Associate fellowship with the Royal Commonwealth Society (United Kingdom). He is listed among the top 50 Enterpreneurs by Diamond Bank and the Enterprise Development Center. A formal awardee of National Youth Service Corps Merit Award, amongst others.
Curator of StartupLABS, Mr. Joshua IGBA and Founder of Neonatar Media has this to say,-
"This is a good way for Founders of startups, especially early stage to conclude the year 2017. Funding is essential for business Stability and Expansion and GRANTS bring them with peace of mind.
We have great companies out there which have roots back to Ife. Jobberman, ToLet.com.ng, Cash Envoy, Gamesole, kudi.ai and more.
StartupLABS is playing a driver role in ensuring that more startups get funded, scale and become perhaps, Africa's next unicorn or icon like Joberman is today."
Meetup is open to all and pre registration is very vital for logistics purposes.