Stand a chance to win a grant for your business in the International Breweries Foundation Program 2021 (for Nigerian Entrepreneurs)

Are you a young Nigerian Entrepreneur? Then you should apply for the International Breweries Foundation Kickstart Program 2021 to stand a chance to win a grant for your business. 

The program supports youth-owned businesses through the provision of training, access to capital (grants) and mentoring. 

Application Deadline: Unspecified

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Benefits

The programme supports youth-owned businesses through;

  • The provision of training,
  • Access to capital (grants) 
  • Mentoring.

Eligibility

The opportunity is open to :

Applicants between 18 years to 35 years.

Businesses in one of the following areas:

  • Agriculture – (Maize, Rice and Sorghum value chain and others)
  • Circular Packaging (e.g., recycling)
  • Renewable Energy
  • Water Stewardship
  • Modular Retailing (Unique small scale sales model for International Bewies Plc. products) 
  • Others

Requirements/Specifications

Applicants must : 

  • Be fluent in English language (read, write and speak).
  • Reside in and have their business operations in Nigeria.
  • Businesses must be within 0 to 3 years.

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Application Instructions

To participate in the Kickstart, prospective awardees are required to fill and submit an application form.

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About the International Breweries Foundation Program

The International Breweries Foundation is an arm of International Breweries Plc, (a proud part of the AB InBev Group) with the objective of delivering impactful, developmental, and sustainable projects. Kickstart is an initiative of the Foundation and focuses on enterprise growth and development for young entrepreneurs. The programme supports youth-owned businesses through the provision of training, access to capital (grants) and mentoring. 

Kickstart is also available within other countries in Africa, as an initiative of the Africa Zone of the AB InBev Group. The program hitherto has been successfully implemented in South Africa, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland and Tanzania. In Nigeria, the program started in 2016 and has run three editions in the South West and South East region. With effect from 2019, Kickstart has become a national intervention in Nigeria, now open to youths in the six geo-political zones of the country.

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