From April 12 to 15, 2021, the Africa Centre, in partnership with Learning Connected, will host a webinar series on African Sustainable Entrepreneurship.
Via engaging presentations and discussions, the series of live, interactive webinars explores Africa-focused sustainable development issues, realistic solutions, case studies, as well as emerging trends and opportunities.
The webinar series connects entrepreneurs, students, educators, makers, scholars, and industry experts to provide a forum for knowledge sharing in order to catalyze new collaborations and drive practical measures for sustainable development in Africa.
18 leading entrepreneurs from 12 African countries will discuss the effect of their businesses on addressing problems in information technology, the economy and jobs, education, renewable energy, health and well-being, sanitation and water, and the environment.
With an estimated 1000 participants, this online international event is for students from Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States, as well as anyone interested in sustainable entrepreneurship in Africa.
The event is free and open to all students, who can participate remotely by simply registering online.
The Africa Centre is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating and promoting authentic African cultural experiences. The Africa Centre accomplishes this by providing spaces and forums for creative expression, social engagement, cultural exchange, learning and entrepreneurship, and creativity.
Learning Connected is a network that connects learners, shares transformative insights, and enriches learning experiences. Learning Connected works through all levels of education to create memorable learning experiences that help today’s students excel and shape their environment for the better.
Visit this link to register for the webinar series.
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