In cultures that equate success with higher education, how can you foster wider entrepreneurship? Mary Olushoga, AWP Network founder, describes how a business plan competition backfired and what the real lessons are to encourage innovation. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Finding The Next Mark Zuckerberg Is Hard Enough, But What About In Nigeria?
GE Africa, 24 December 2016
In cultures that equate success with higher education, how can you foster wider entrepreneurship? Mary Olushoga, AWP Network founder, describes how a business plan competition… Read more »
Students at the African Leadership Academy (ALA), South Africa. In addition to empowering young leaders to shape Africa’s future, GE’s partnership with ALA also supports GE’s drive to develop local African talent.
In Africa "there is a shortage of technical skills in the workforce," says Jay Ireland, President & CEO of GE Africa. According to statistics, there is a rapidly growing ... Read more »
GE Africa to invest up to R50 million in developing Africa's future leaders in Partnership with ALA
GE Africa, 3 October 2013
Unique partnership designed to continue to develop future leaders in Africa for Africa Partnership with African Leadership Academy will administer GE Africa's Scholars Programme… Read more »
African Leadership Academy (ALA) identifies young leaders from across Africa and enables them to practice and develop leadership through a hands-on ... see more »
GE is offering young graduates an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and valuable skills training with a 12-week internship programme, run in partnership with the African ... Read more »
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