As part of their British Council Creative Economy Ms E-Learning Program, Microsoft and the British Council are inviting creatives between the ages of 18 and 35 to apply.
While the rest of sub-Saharan Africa will access it online, participants will be hosted in-person in Zimbabwe and the program will take the form of in-person interactive workshops.
The program seeks to support young African entrepreneurs in the creative economy as they help to shape the future of the continent. Additionally, the program aims to give creative business owners opportunities for networking and knowledge sharing as well as knowledge of creative business management at various levels, from beginner to advanced. On creative entrepreneurship will be the main topic of the upcoming two-day workshops.
The E-Learning initiative is focused on entrepreneurship and offers a variety of free online courses to help the continent’s future leaders in their professional endeavors.
Participants will receive a certificate as proof of their accomplishment after completing the program. Participants will be able to apply for ongoing support in the form of coaching, incubation, mentoring, and acceleration with the help of the certificate.
Conditions for Eligibility
African youth between the ages of 18 and 35 are encouraged to apply to participate in the interactive workshops that will be held in person in Zimbabwe and online for the rest of sub-Saharan Africa.
All young people in Africa between the ages of 18 and 35 are encouraged to apply.
Young, aspirational African entrepreneurs in their early stages.