Like you already know, the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) is an initiative of the Nigerian born philanthropist Tony Elumelu. Since inception, the foundation has been rated as one of the leading African private-sector-led philanthropies addicted to building the economy of the African continent through empowering African entrepreneurs with scalable ideas or already existing start-ups with a seed fund of up to five thousand US dollars. Five thousand US dollars, when converted to the currencies used in the African continent, is somewhat a big deal. Therefore, do you have a scalable business idea that will sale anywhere in the African continent?
TEF 2020: One Reason to Apply
Is lack of funds part of the major challenges imitating against the business? Or do you have an already running start-up but looking for expansion? Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) grant 2020 could be the answer to that your prayer. I am so passionate about seeing you win the 2020 edition of the Tony Elumelu Foundation grant – which is why I am encouraging you to apply by following this guide on how to apply for the Tony Elumelu Foundation Grant 2020.
Tony Elumelu Foundation Grant 2020
Let me assume that you are here because you are looking for a guide on how to apply for the TEF grant 2020. Congratulations, you are in the right place. As announced through their website, the TEF grant 2000 portal will open on the first of January 2020. What a way to step into the long-awaited year 2020! As a matter fact, applications from eligible entrepreneurs who must be Africans with business ideas that are saleable and scalable in the African continent are submitted through TEFConnect, the digital networking hub for the African entrepreneurship ecosystem.
This portal will open for everyone. It doesn’t matter whether you have applied multiple times in the past years. The TEF 2020 grant might just be the one that will make your luck to shine. In the words of Tony Elumelu himself, “In business, the role luck plays in success is hardly discussed. Luck can come in the form of funding, through mentorship, or even your business partners. This is what Tony Elumelu‘s Foundation is doing… “institutionalising luck”.”
If according to the boss himself, luck is one of the determinant factors to winning after you have articulated your ideas very well, why not give it a trial? You might just be lucky.
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