FATE Foundation Scale-Up Lab Agribusiness Accelerator Programme 2021

FATE foundation scale-up lab agribusiness accelerator programme 2021 for Nigeria entrepreneurs is meant for CEOs, Owner-managers and Founders who are in businesses. Those in their early stage and seeking on how to scale. Those that need expansion in their businesses to attract potential investors.

However, the accelerator programme under FATE Foundation runs for a six month period and the program includes:

  • Business support services
  • Individual and group mentoring
  • Interactive workshops
  • Consulting sessions

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The Accelerator Programme centred their scheme on:

  • Cashflow management
  • Agribusiness value chains
  • Export and financing opportunities
  • Product and process improvement

Eligibility for the programme

These are the demands which a candidate must pass through before participating in the programme.

  • The candidate must be a citizen of Nigeria.
  • The age bracket should be, however, between 21 – 45 years as of Monday, February 1, 2021
  • The candidate should  be also, CEO, Founder, or Owner manager of a growth-stage agribusiness venture
  • The Agribusiness must be, however, at the growth stage with a significant level of income generation.
  • Have a minimum annual turnover of Fifteen Million Naira, also with a minimum of three (3) full-time highly skilled
  • you must have identified with CAC, also.

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Scale-up lab programme have a schedule

Start of the programme

The Accelerator Programme commences with:

  • Formal Induction
  • One-week accelerator boot camp
  • GAP Analysis

Programme session

There many sessions in the programme such as

  • Peer learning and feedback
  • Individual growth support
  • Workshop and coaching sessions
  • Demo day

Most importantly, the participants will gain access to exclusive interaction with investors, agribusiness experts, experienced entrepreneurs

End of programme

At the end of the programme, there will be, however, official graduation and presentation of the Certificate which will take place in December 2021.

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How to apply

Interested Nigerian agribusiness entrepreneurs who, however, meet up with the criteria can go ahead to apply here for the Scaleup Lab program.

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Application Deadline

The deadline for application to this programme is however Sunday, March 28, 2021.

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In conclusion, this article for candidates who have already an existing business.

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