Mentoring

eHEALTH MEETUP IN NIGERIA “FUNDING HEALTH: THE $30 TRILLION INDUSTRY”

On September 4th, 2019, the Impact Hub Lagos powered by Merck & Make-IT in Africa and HYBR hosted the first eHealth Meetup on “Funding Health: The $30 Trillion Industry”. The goal of the event was to bring together entrepreneurs supported by the Merck & Make-IT in Africa “Joint Africa Startup Program“ and key stakeholders in…

4 HEALTHCARE START-UPS SELECTED IN MERCK – MAKE IT JOINT AFRICA STARTUP PROGRAM

The highly anticipated Merck-Make IT “Joint Africa Startup Program”, which recently held its bootcamp in Nairobi from August 5th-9th, 2019, has successfully closed with the selection of four unique growth-stage healthcare ventures. They will be moving now on to the next phase of the programme with the support of the Merck Accelerator, Make-IT in Africa,…

WOMEN IN TECH BOOTCAMP

Images Courtesy of Nailab  WOMEN IN TECH BOOTCAMP   GIZ Make IT In Africa, in partnership with Nailab, hosted a Women in Tech Bootcamp on June 27th, 2019, at the Nailab Accelerator in Nairobi. The theme of the event was ‘Building an Inclusive Culture Developing Women Leaders in Technology’, and it aimed to help women…

Mentor Boot Camps

Make-IT in Africa Mentor Boot Camps 2019 On April 15th and 17th, 2019, Make-IT in Africa ​​and VC4A held boot camps for selected mentors in Lagos and Nairobi. The role of the mentor is to advise young entrepreneurs in their business development. Mentors play a vital role in strengthening the entrepreneurial ecosystem and are a…

VC4A Mentorship Bootcamp Nigeria II

On Thursday 27th September 2018, Make-IT in Africa and VC4A hosted the 2nd Mentor Bootcamp at NG_hub by Facebook, Yaba Lagos. The event was separated into two sections: I Mentor Session The morning session was purely for the mentors. They reflected on the three-month mentor programme, and shared ideas, best practices and lessons learnt. The two…

Mentor Boot Camps

On July 3 and 6, 2018, “Make-IT in Africa” ​​and VC4A held boot camps for selected mentors in Lagos and Nairobi. The role of the mentor is to advise young entrepreneurs in their business development. Mentors play a vital role in strengthening the entrepreneurial ecosystem and are a key factor for the success of start-ups.…
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