The blog Entreprenante Afrique was officially launched on Thursday, November 15, with a with a conference gathering journalists, bloggers, and the blog’s founding partners: Investisseurs & Partenaires, the Foundation for Studies and Research on International Development (Ferdi) and the Club Africain des Entrepreneurs.
Jean-Michel Severino, President of Investisseurs & Partenaires, Patrick Guillaumont, President of the Ferdi, and Sidi Khalifou, Mauritanian entrepreneur and President of the Club Africain des Entrepreneurs, were present to introduce the blog and explain its objectives in terms of advocacy and militancy.
Initiated by Investisseurs & Partenaires (I&P), the Foundation for Studies and Research on International Development (Ferdi) and the African Club of Entrepreneurs, the blog Entreprenante Afrique is a direct and logical continuation of the eponymous book published in 2016 by Jean-Michel Severino and Jérémy Hajdenberg. Its objective: to witness and promote entrepreneurial momentum in Africa, by sharing entrepreneurial stories and helping us to better understand the context in which African entrepreneurs work. A collaborative platform to express ideas and exchange best practices
The blog is an open platform and a resource designed for African entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs-to-be, for those promoting African entrepreneurship (investors, networks, incubators, business angels, advisors, development actors…) and for researchers who wish to share their knowledge or better understand the African context.
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photo : C. Bourrin/ I&P