FellowsShadowing a shadow program: how do young entrepreneurs fare?

Shadowing a shadow program: how do young entrepreneurs fare?

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2022

Ivo Bonfirm

About Ivo ​ He is a young man who is very dedicated, determined, and bravely decided...

Aminata Becanty Coulibaly

About Aminata​ Aminata is a 22-year-old Ivorian entrepreneur who is currently pursuing a degree in marketing...

2021

Munyaradzi Makosa

About Munyaradzi  Munyaradzi is a 21-year-old entrepreneur and tech enthusiast from Zimbabwe. He is a...

Masello Mokhoro

About Masello​ Hailing from the Free State, 22-year-old South African entrepreneur Masello Mokhoro has a deep...

2020

Wilfred Chege

Wilfred has always been passionate about entrepreneurship. In secondary school, Wilfred joined a club run by Junior Achievement Kenya. The club focused on generating viable business ideas and testing them. This is where he generated the idea of Shulemall, the first student-specific online shopping mall in Kenya with direct delivery to school or home.

Jonathan Paul Katumba

Jonathan Paul Katumba is the founder of Minute5, a Uganda based online grocery delivery service that aims to deliver fresh farm foods to customers in the shortest time possible, at the most affordable price.

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