Strive Masiyiwa, the founder of Econet Wireless, has launched a global mentorship competition for upcoming entrepreneurs called #GoGettaz. The competition has $100 000 prize money as wells as a 14-day long mentorship from Strive at Kwese offices in South Africa.
Kgaogelo Mohlala of Reputation Management Consultants said:
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The competition offers investment of $100 000 towards a lucky entrepreneur’s venture – both for profit or non-profit – and the trip of a lifetime to spend two weeks with the man himself as ‘Kwesé Entrepreneur Fellows’ at the Kwesé offices in South Africa.
Two deserving entrepreneurs – 1 male and 1 female – from anywhere in the world, stand a chance to win these amazing prizes.
“Contestants do not need to run an already-registered business or non-profit to qualify – all they need to have is an on-going venture, for which they have clear intentions to formally register should they win the grand prize. They can even be working part-time on their venture!
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