MSME Africa Alliance Program Calendar 2022/23
This program is a great way of developing tacit knowledge and skills in promising young entrepreneurs by plugging them into successful businesses within their ecosystem. This is achievable due to the support offered by our partners to cater to the expenses of the successful candidates. High achievers are supported further with capital injection into their business venture to enhance growth.
Interested entrepreneurs must first apply for membership in MSME Africa Alliance.
Interested host companies should also apply for partnership.
Co-production is key to developing a sense of ownership which translates directly into the level of commitment toward achieving set objectives within a group. In this regard, Africa Business Stakeholder Engagement Forum (ABSEF) is a bi-annual stakeholder engagement forum that brings relevant stakeholders together for a round table discussion that can lead to policy formulation to facilitate MSME growth within the regions of focus. Furthermore, target beneficiaries (women and youth-led enterprises) get the opportunity to interact and gain direction from seasoned business leaders on how to tackle persistent business challenges like access to finance, international trade, sustainability, and many other important topics.
Africa Capital Injection Project (AfriCap) is an all-year-round project that gives promising businesses an opportunity to gain access to financing options. Interested companies can apply to be considered by a host of investors/financiers based on specific key performance indicators. Successful applicants may receive different kinds of financing based on their needs.
Interested companies must first apply for membership in MSME Africa Alliance.
Interested financiers may apply for partnership with us to gain access to our wide database of promising companies that desperately need a push to make more impact and create jobs for many women and youth in Africa.