While preparing the podcast for this week we came across a recording from one of our Startup Grind Lagos meetups and thought it wise to share with you all.
Business, as we all know, isn’t the easiest to succeed in especially if you take the socio-economic challenges entrepreneurs face in Africa into consideration. However, there are people that are thriving despite all the challenges, which is one of our motivations to bring The Afropreneur Podcast to you.
The Entrepreneurs succeeding aren’t succeeding by luck, they had to put in the research and hard work. Putting it in perspective, it is even harder to stay successful.
One core attributes of these entrepreneurs is that they are strategic in decisions they make.
What makes an entrepreneur strategic? How can we be strategic in our thinking?
In this episode, Jonah Ulebor takes us through how best to be strategic as an entrepreneur.
– Do you think your startup/idea is innovative enough? Apply for the Startup of the Year Award which is an international innovative competition created by Bonjour idée with the support of 70 partners (major business groups incubators, chambers of commerce, media, competitiveness clusters, influential blogs). – Apply here
– Apply for the SXSW Accelerator Live Pitch event, get to meet industry experts and VCs.
The Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme is the most inclusive gathering of African entrepreneurs, where over 54 African countries represented met with business leaders, established entrepreneurs and policymakers to forge partnerships, share […]