Being among the first to start a new line of business, almost always guarantees business success. Local examples to point to include: Jumia, Konga, Jobberman, Swift, etc. they jumped on the train of new business opportunities and have made huge success.
So would you dare to start out on new track?
Last month, Microsoft Nigeria, Mara Mentor and Fate Foundation launched the Cloudpreneurs Project, an initiative which will provide training, support and mentorship for entrepreneurs looking to use cloud technology to provide IT solutions to customers.
So if you own a cloud-based business or are interested in starting one, apply to be a Cloudpreneuer and stand the chance to participate in the project.
100 top applicants will receive technical training from Microsoft, business training and mentorship from Fate Foundation and Mara Mentor. Then, the 20 best will emerge and move on to be mentored on how to grow their business.
Remember, innovation drives competitive advantage, and with the wave of cloud technology moving fast globally, the best time to start a cloud-based business is now!
Application for the Cloudpreneurs Project is open from the 20th of March to the 26th of April
To register, go to: https://mentor.mara.com/cloudpreneurs/