Founder Institute (FI) has appointed Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr (CFA) as a Regional Director. The platform is a pre-seed accelerator based in Silicon Valley. The institute offers programs that enable founders to launch their startups.
CFA was selected as one of the four Directors of Founder Institute (FI) Lagos, before the new appointment. 21 founders graduated from the Lagos chapter after a 14-week session. The session equips the founders with the knowledge needed to scale their solutions across Nigeria and African.
Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr’s appointment aligns with the institute’s plan to build more scalable business models, across Africa. The Founder Institute aims to ‘Globalize Silicon Valley’ and empower talented and motivated entrepreneurs.
The vision is for entrepreneurs to build companies that will create one million new jobs. Africa is well-positioned to create this opportunity and CFA is appointed to coordinate it.
According to Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata (CFA) “Africa is at a defining moment today and entrepreneurship is one of the ways of ensuring that lives are affected positively. The unique FI model helps to improve the chances of success. The strategy will be to work with other ecosystem builders from across Africa to set up more chapters.”
CFA is also the Co-founder of GoDoHub, a co-working space that helps start-ups scale to the next level. He is the pioneer & director of the Innovation Support Network (ISN) Hubs.
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