At the 84th International Selection Panel (ISP) held in South Africa, Endeavor, and high-growth entrepreneur organisation has picked 8 high-impact entrepreneurs leading from Africa. Ned Tozun (d.light) and Joshua Sandler (Lori) – Kenya, Jay Alabraba and Tayo Oviosu (Paga) – Nigeria, Trent Rossini and Mike Renzon (inQuba) – South Africa , Nadhem Boudoukhane (Carthage) and Karim Beguir (InstaDeep) – Tunisia made the list of Endeavor entrepreneur network.
These entrepreneurs have had a noteworthy track record of impact, creating 1.5 million jobs, generating $15 billion in revenue in 2018, and helped build sustainable growth models in their home countries.
The entrepreneurs now have access to comprehensive customized services, like – introductions to local and international business mentors and volunteers from Fortune 500 consulting firms to address their key needs.
In October, Endeavor announced first two entrepreneurs from Endeavor Nigeria into its network, as well as three North African entrepreneurs. BitPesa founder, Elizabeth Rossiello, an American and Cars45 co-founder and CEO, Etop Ikpe — were among 26 entrepreneurs from 18 companies in 13 countries selected to join its network, at its 2017 event in Athens.
Endeavor now supports 1,793 entrepreneurs, leading 1,124 companies in 33 markets around the world.
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