Announcing our $150,000 Grant Award from Citi Foundation
Starting the year on a very high note, I am pleased to announce our grant award of $150,000 from Citi Foundation towards supporting our Aspiring Entrepreneurs Programme (AEP). The funding is from Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress initiative designed to boost the employability of young…
5 Lessons on Marathon Preparation for Entrepreneurs
Last Saturday, Lagos played host to the 2017 Lagos City Marathon. The 40km marathon route started at the National Stadium, Surulere and ended at Eko-Atlantic in Victoria Island. A marathon can be a grueling test in mental and physical endurance and with temperature levels on…
Business Plan and Loans Open Doors for Nigerian Youth
An innovative solution to high youth unemployment involves training and low-interest loans for young entreprenuers, writes Musa Temidayo, 24, a Graduate Intern at FATE Foundation and a Commonwealth Correspondent from Nigeria.
Business Outlook for 2016
FATE Foundation will hold its 1st Knowledge Building Session for 2016 on the 14th of January with the focus on the Business Outlook for 2016. The programme which is organised for members of the FATE Alumni community will have Mr. Ayo Teriba, CEO, Economic Associates, and Mr. Niyi…
Applications Are Now Open for the 2016 Aspiring Entrepreneurs Programme (AEP)
FATE Foundation is now receiving applications for the following 2016 Aspiring Entrepreneurs Programme (AEP) classes: AEP 54: January – March 2016 (Weekday classes only) AEP 55: March – May 2016 (Saturday classes only) AEP 56: June – August 2016 (Weekday classes only) AEP 57: August…
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