WIA54 Bootcamp supported by Honoris United Universities
Casablanca / Durban / Tunis / Abuja, September 28th, 2021 – For 5 years, Honoris United Universities has proudly partnered with Women In Africa on its WIA54 Program to promoting the role of women in African economies and supporting female entrepreneurship. Acting as a Knowledge Partner, Honoris have supported women entrepreneurs across Africa through annual bootcamps including series of networking and training activities, offering scholarships to pursue programs in Honoris Institutions and sponsoring them on the Honoris 21st Century skills Certificate.
This year, WIA has scaled its WIA54 program by 10! The 2021 WIA54 class will be composed of 540 women entrepreneurs that will be supported through a bootcamp that will take part from September 28th to October 8th.
This year, WIA has scaled its WIA54 program by 10! The 2021 WIA54 class composed of 540 women entrepreneurs will be supported through a bootcamp that will take part from September 28th to October 8th” under the theme of “The pitch in every state: When style (Really) serves content”.
“This year, our pedagogical support consisted in designing a bootcamp that will have a long-lasting effect on these women projects as pitching skills are important in an entrepreneur everyday life.” says Laura Kakon, Chief Growth and Strategy Officer Honoris United Universities.
The bootcamp will be delivered through a masterclass, a practical training session with experts and networking gatherings.
The Woman in Africa Initiative is close to our heart as we continuously support African entrepreneurship for women and promote the role of women in African economies and its ability to ensure inclusive growth. We are thrilled to connect with women entrepreneurs from across Africa and contribute to developing solutions-oriented leaders and professionals, able to positively impact tomorrow’s economies and communities.