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Microsoft, through its 4Afrika Initiative, has teamed up with the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) to give business people in the TEF Entrepreneurship Program with innovation based apparatuses, assets and mentorship.

Through this help, which will profit TEF business visionaries over the mainland, the two associations would help business visionaries successfully utilize ICT to modernize their organizations, improve their offerings and achieve new clients.

As indicated by Akin Banuso the General Manager of Microsoft in Nigeria, Microsoft 4Afrika and the Tony Elumelu Foundation share a shared objective to quicken monetary and social improvement by advancing business.


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“As we go into a period of advanced change, it’s essential that we enable all business people to create pertinent innovation aptitudes and coordinate ICT into their organizations. Innovation can enable SMEs to achieve clients outside their nearby markets, create intense business bits of knowledge and enhance their client maintenance.

We have discovered that SMEs who embrace this sort of current IT have seen 15% speedier income development than those not utilizing it,” he said.

With the association, business visionaries would be given access to cloud-based programming, online help and innovation through BizSpark and access data and markets through the Biz4Afrika stage, where SMEs can exchange with comparative estimated associations.


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Additionally, TEF business person would be prepared on Microsoft innovations and stages amid the 2017 TEF Forum and prepared through the Microsoft Virtual Academy, among others.

Parminder Vir OBE, CEO, Tony Elumelu Foundation, noticed that consistently, the TEF Entrepreneurship Program furnishes 1,000 business people with business preparing, coaching, access to seed capital subsidizing and participation into the TEF all inclusive Network.

 “Through this association, we are supporting each other’s main goal to empower Africa’s business visionaries to drive their organizations forward, he said.

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