She Leads Africa, the social enterprise supporting female African entrepreneurs and professionals, will expand its professional bootcamp – SheHive – to more than five cities in 2016.

The first edition of the bootcamp (a week long event) was held in Lagos last September.

According to a SLA press statement, SheHive will first touch down in Accra, Ghana with the bootcamp scheduled for between January 20 and 24. Abuja is next in March, then Nairobi in June, followed by three other cities that will chosen based on votes.

“We’ll have a virtual pass for community members who are unable to physically attend the event. We’re also launching SLA co-founder Office Hours which will allow entrepreneurs to book time with an SLA co-founder to discuss strategy or to review their pitch deck, ” She Leads Africa co-founder Yasmin Belo-Osagie said about the Accra event.

More than 150 women attended the first edition that featured lectures from speakers including Andrea Barrica of 500 Startups. For more information and to participate, sign up here.

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