Webinar: Women entrepreneurs in African agribusiness

Nelleke van der Vleuten
By on August 5, 2016

What does it mean to be a female entrepreneur in Africa, among male peers and the community? Why is it important to support women’s entrepreneurship? What is the best way to do so? And what inspiration can women entrepreneurs offer for women leadership and inclusive business in the African agro-food sector?

These questions and many more will be addressed in two interactive activities organized by 2SCALE in 2016. We do this in close collaboration with three inspiring women entrepreneurs who partner with 2SCALE: Ruth Kinoti (Shalem Investments, Kenya), Ruth Okiror (Acila Enterprises, Uganda) and Oluyemisi Iranloye (Psaltry International, Nigeria).

Webinar: Tuesday August 23rd, 2016 | 12.00 – 13.15 pm (Nigeria time) / 14.00 – 15.15 pm (East Africa time).
Bootcamp module: During the week of 14 – 18 November 2016.

For whom?
The webinar focuses especially on specific staff, trainers & coaches and selected partner companies (SMEs) in 2SCALE. All other persons, organizations and companies with an interest in women entrepreneurship and inclusion in African agribusiness are most welcome to join!

The module ‘Women’s Entrepreneurship and Inclusion’ is part of a series of four modules in our upcoming bootcamp on Inclusive Agribusiness. Target groups are entrepreneurs in developing countries, staff of intermediary organizations working with local entrepreneurs and students in business related fields.

The other three modules in the bootcamp will address the following topics:
Value proposition: Knowing your products and services
Marketing at the BoP: Do’s and Don’ts
Developing effective distribution and sales channels

How can I participate?
For the webinar: Fill out this form.
For the bootcamp: Register via the IB Accelerator Academy.
For more information, contact Nelleke van der Vleuten.

Click here to watch the webinar recording.