Microsoft, through its 4Afrika Initiative, has collaborated with the Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) to provide entrepreneurs in the foundation’s entrepreneurship programme with technology-based tools, resources and mentorship.
Microsoft said in a press release yesterday that through the support the two organisations will help entrepreneurs to use ICT to modernise their businesses.
Microsoft Nigeria general manager Akin Banuso said the company has found that SMEs who adopt modern IT have seen 15% faster revenue growth than those not using IT.
Microsoft and the Tony Emumelu Foundation will help entrepreneurs to use ICT to modernise their businesses
Microsoft 4Afrika will provide TEF entrepreneurs with:
Access to cloud-based software, online support and technology through BizSpark
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