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African Female Entrepreneurs Get GTBank SME MarketHub Boost

Multiple Award winning, internet savvy GTBank has partnered with She Leads Africa 2015 Entrepreneur Showcase through its SME MarketHub. This is to empower female entrepreneurs in Africa, Business Day is reporting.


20 countries were involved as applications came from over 400 businesses owned by female entrepreneurs from those countries. GTBank sponsored the initiative geared towards shining a spotlight on women who are driving Africa’s growth through leadership, commerce and innovation by providing a veritable platform for young female entrepreneurs to grow their businesses across Africa and compete for US$10,000 in cash prizes, direct access to investors and international media exposure.
Six finalists emerged and the story is even more interesting. Read the FULL GIST HERE

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