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LBS-BOI Business Innovation Programme Cohort III – Young Entrepreneurs 2024

Are you an innovative entrepreneur with a business registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)? Do you have significant potential to scale your business in the Agricultural and Manufacturing industry? If you answered yes to these questions and your business is located in the South East Region of Nigeria (Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu or Imo), then the LBS-BOI Business Innovation Accelerator Programme is for you!

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The programme is a collaboration between Lagos Business School (LBS) and the Bank of Industry (BOI), aimed at raising the next generation of business leaders by providing high-quality entrepreneurship training across the 6-geopolitical regions of Nigeria. The new cohort is intended to reach 60 high-impact entrepreneurs in the South East Region of Nigeria.

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The 9-month Accelerator program comprises four modules: Entrepreneurship Orientation & Business Management Training (6 weeks), Apprenticeship/Technical Mentoring (6 months), Training on Access to Market (2 weeks), and Training on Access to Funding (2 weeks). By striving to generate a category of entrepreneurs adept at problem-solving, the Accelerator programme offers a comprehensive range of training modules to ensure entrepreneurs grow and scale sustainably.

If you meet the requirements, you can apply online from January 5th to January 31st, 2024. The selection process involves an initial screening, followed by further assessment of shortlisted applicants. Successful applicants will receive an acceptance letter and will participate in a comprehensive range of training sessions, workshops, mentorship programs, networking events, and other activities meticulously designed to enhance their entrepreneurial skills, deepen their business knowledge, and provide access to essential resources. The programme’s commencement is on March 4th, 2024. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to cultivate and scale your business!

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