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African Technology Foundation (ATF) and Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) have announced their partnership to team up regional strength of companies towards unlocking opportunities for the development of new African technologies. This will also help create the next generation of African technology entrepreneur, according to a press release.

This partnership is on the move to redefine the future of the African technology entrepreneurs by addressing key challenges, proposing new waves of investment, and innovation in African-led technology enterprises.

Stephen Ozoigbo, Founder and CEO, African Technology Foundation said that, “There are quite a number of synergies between our organizations that make this partnership rather timely. Central to this theme is the bridging of knowledge gaps for aspiring African entrepreneurs that are either starting new ventures or scaling up their existing operations.”

The Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST) and the MEST Incubator provide training, investment and incubation to aspiring tech entrepreneurs, with the goal of creating globally successful companies that create wealth and jobs locally in Africa.

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