Keeping Up with the Kohorts: 2023

The Anzisha Prize is Africa’s biggest award for her youngest entrepreneurs aged 15 - 22 years, and hands out over USD $140,000 every year in business support and prize money to very young entrepreneurs from all over the continent.

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Starting Small: Big Ideas, Limited Finances 

Are you a young dreamer with big ideas but little to no money to spare? Entrepreneurship is often regarded as a path filled with...

Starting A Business With Your Friends 

Starting a business is never easy, and teaming up with a friend may seem like a recipe for success, but it comes with its...

Anzisha Prize Unveils Four Grand Prize Winners, Each Awarded $10,000 for Outstanding Achievements 

Tsanta Rakotoarimanga, Madagascar, founder of Mapwess awarded Revenue Growth Prize  Rebecca Taboukouna, Togo, founder of RBK Pearls awarded Job Creation Prize  Renata Silva, Angola, founder of...

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2023

Naomie Makasi

About Naomie Naomie is a dynamic entrepreneur and student at the Higher Institute of Commerce...

Gratien Esengo

About Gratien Co-founder of Promeka Sarl, Gratien Esengo, is a dedicated student specializing in Computer...

Esther Olalude

About Esther Esther, a determined 21-year-old entrepreneur from Nigeria, is on a mission to alleviate...

Goodness Sart

About Goodness Goodness, a 21-year-old entrepreneur originally from Nigeria but now residing in Margibi County,...

Kaembe Chisenga

About Kaembe Kaembe is a driven entrepreneur and the founder and CEO of Bwangu Delivery....

Grace Nabuuma

About Grace At 21, Grace is a driven entrepreneur with a background in agriculture. Inspired...