Afroes attends The Anzisha Prize 2015

The Anzisha Prize seeks to award young entrepreneurs who have developed and implemented innovative solutions to social challenges or started successful businesses within their communities. 12 finalists from across Africa will win an all-expenses paid trip to South Africa to be a part of a week-long entrepreneurship workshop and conference at the African Leadership Academy campus on the outskirts of Johannesburg.  The grand prize winners, selected from these finalists, will share prizes worth $75,000 USD.http://www.anzishaprize.org/about-anzisha/

Congratulations to Chris Kwekowe, founder of Slatecube, the winner of this year’s Anzisha Prize.

 

The winner of The Anzisha Prize 2015, Chris Kwekowe founder of Slatecube

The winner of The Anzisha Prize 2015, Chris Kwekowe founder of Slatecube

Congratulations to the runners up:

Fabrice Alomo, founder of MyAconnect and Mabel Suglo, founder of Eco Shoes.We would like to create more and more young african entrepreneurs and leaders in the forthcoming years.

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