World Bank blog post: How networks can boost Africa’s incubatorsSubmitted by Admin on Thu, 09/14/2017 - 11:42
A recent article published on World Bank's blog "Private Sector Development" underlines the importance of networking African incubators and entrepreneurs, as part of a building ecosystem to support African entrepreneurship.
The article mentions several networks active in Francophone Africa, including the African Club of Entrepreneurs, a pan-African organization of entrepreneurs initiatiated by Investisseurs & Partenaires.
About the African Club of Entrepreneurs
The African Club of Entrepreneurs is a pan-African organization that gathers female and male entrepreneurs who are committed to contributing to a sustainable and responsible development process in Africa. Sparked by the impact investment fund family Investisseurs & Partenaires (I&P), its mission is to plea the cause of African entrepreneurship and develop business opportunities between and for its members.
The Club is an association under Ivorian law and its 60 members, former and current I&P partner companies are based in West Africa, Central Africa and the Indian Ocean.