Young people from South Africa, Lesotho, Tanzania, and Swaziland have been opportuned to participate in Kickstart, an entrepreneurial programme that mentors and funds youth owned businesses, for many years. The programme is now open to Nigerians.
The International Breweries powered programme is set to be open until September 6, and is aimed at entrepreneurs between the ages of 18-35 with a goal to develop participants’ business skills, and provide them post investment support as well as non collateral seed loans.
International Breweries, an SAB Miller subsediary, says the programme launched in 1995, and “The Nigerian edition seeks to empower individuals by providing them with enabling ambience to help them scale their businesses and inspire individuals to take a dive into the propitious pool of entrepreneurship.”
Intending participants may apply here.
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