AYE, Nexford partnership empowers African entrepreneurs

Nexford Staff
December 5, 2018 · 1 min read

Nexford University in Washington DC and Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs (AYE), a network with more than 12 million members, have announced a new partnership that will equip Nigerians with skills needed to grow and sustain successful start-ups

President of AYE Summy Smart Francis, announced the beneficiaries of the Africa’s Young Entrepreneurship Scholarship Scheme at AYE’s annual convention held in Lagos recently.

He commented:

“We hope our pioneering partnership will shape the economies and political landscapes of members’ home countries.”

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