CAROLINE ESINAM ADZOGBLE, KWAME A.A OPOKU LAUNCHES A NON-ACADEMIC UNIVERSITY FOR AFRICA ENTREPRENEURS


Two of Ghana’s illustrious young leaders and entrepreneurs have teamed up to create an innovative 360 Degree ecosystem platform for young entrepreneurs across the continent called Caroline University.

Caroline University is a non-academic, non-certified training platform for entrepreneurs who are in the trenches of building and scaling innovative ideas with a funding facility accessible to all Entrepreneurs – In- Training.

Caroline noted

 “The accelerator provides growth hacks, practical tips & tricks to early-stage related problems from experienced entrepreneurs. During our programs, startups obtain in-depth industry knowledge and broad networks from CarolineU coaches and partners.”

Caroline University is open to any individual or team with a high growth, entrepreneurial business idea or a high-impact social venture – from technology to retail and anything in-between.

The University has its office located on the 9th Floor at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel and will be open for enrolling entrepreneurs into training programs from January 10th, 2019.

“We are open to all different verticals from B2B to B2C and from software to hardware, and we make sure that all the accepted companies make the most out of CarolineU no matter which vertical they are from. The accelerator is designed to in still transformational leadership, business acumen and a supportive network for early-stage startups.” Futurist Kwame indicated.

Caroline Esinam Adzogble is one of the continent’s most celebrated female trailblazers in Education and Technology. While Kwame A.A Opoku is one of Africa’s leading futurist, an award-winning Global keynote speaker and entrepreneur.

 They are both below the age of 30.

 


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