Say you already have an idea that’s going to make lots of money and you’re ready to embark on a sometimes blood sucking, sleepless and depressing journey called entrepreneurship, startupAnambra is the next entrepreneurial community you should get acquainted with.
The quality of experience and exposure of founders something determines the faith of companies. The more founders understand that entrepreneurship is not about the product but about the problem and addressable market the more successful startups becomes.
Just a month after announcing it will host the second edition of its startup Amambra tech/startup conference, startupAnambra’s next plan for its tech ecosystem is, Launching a startup school.
A school out of the conventional context created to support and encourage the Anambra Startup and entrepreneurial ecosystem, interactively guiding entrepreneurs from ideation phase of their business through to startup maturity, online and offline for six weeks starting the first day of September.
“if an entrepreneur already has and runs an existing business, the programme will give the entrepreneur the tools to enhance their business and strengthen their entrepreneurial skills. Upon successful completion of the programme, entrepreneurs stand a chance to win funding and Investment towards their business(es)” as pointed out on startupAnambra’s blog.
conversely, StartupAnambra isn’t the only one putting an end to mediocre entrepreneurship, Startup Square by Olotu square is a ground for local entrepreneurs in port Harcourt to share ideas and support each other ever Saturdays over a bottle of drink. Heartland Hub is also doing same with it Imo startup Fridays meetup.
Applications are open to apply to be part of Anambra startup school co-Hort in September. go go apply.