BE-iT COHORT TWO: A VISTA OF HOPE FOR THE AFRICAN YOUTH


Do you want to start a business?
Do you need help developing some business idea(s)?
Do you want to learn the rudiments of writing a viable business plan?
The Business, Entrepreneurship iDeathon and Training (BE-iT) programme is a suitable platform to begin your entrepreneurship journey.
BE-iT is a virtual business development course designed to guide the next generation of African Businessmen and women to start and grow their businesses, consistent with global best practices.
Conceived by a crop of Plateau native professionals in the diaspora, and executed by an array of globally acclaimed Business and Leadership experts, BE-iT is a self-paced flagship capacity building programme of BE-Hub Africa, a UK-based Business and Entrepreneurship start-up that seeks to inspire young Africans to explore and properly harness their latent entrepreneurship potentials.
Through its first engagement, BE-iT Cohort One, over one hundred Plateau youths were identified, trained, and mentored on how to start and profitably run a business enterprise by the BE-Hub Expert Faculty. Those with viable business plans have been able to access grants from CBN and other reputable business start-up financiers.
Drawing from the success of the first engagement, BE-iT Cohort Two is here to consolidate the gains of the previous engagement. This phase comprises six contacts and an orientation exercise, expected to start from the 17th July 2021, through 9th October 2021.
Unlike the first engagement, BE-iT Cohort Two is open to participants across the African continent. Thus, participants will be exposed to the rich network of BE-Hub Faculty as well as the BE-iT diverse and dynamic Alumni across the globe.
Why not leverage this novel opportunity to chart a future of self-reliance and economic empowerment?
Sign up for FREE via www.behubafrica.com/start

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BE-iT COHORT TWO: A VISTA OF HOPE FOR THE AFRICAN YOUTH

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