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Tony Elumelu Foundation Partners With Google, To Give 1 Million Africans Free Business Fellowship


The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) which is owned by Nigerian businessman and philanthropist, Tony Elumelu has partnered with Google to launch the Google.org Fellowship which will give one million Africans access to a forum that will help them in the rapid growth of their businesses.

It was reported that nine staff of the American giant tech company, Google will work for the new organization which will be referred to as “TEFconnect” to enable swift access to the platform.

The development was confirmed by the Global Head of Technology at Google.org identified as Jen Carter who stated that;

“The Tony Elumelu Foundation does so much to empower African entrepreneurs, and we are thrilled to be able to lend the expertise of Googlers to expand the reach of the TEFConnect platform to an additional 1 million entrepreneurs.

“Google’s commitment in Africa has progressed from sponsoring projects to collaborative partnerships with established African organisations like the Tony Elumelu Foundation, dedicated to developing young African talent.

“As Africa’s digital economy grows, African entrepreneurs are in a prime position to establish a powerful digital footprint, and this fellowship is one step closer to transforming the landscape.” 

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