Pivoting to Digital
In line with current developments with the novel Corona Virus (COVID-19), the need to join national and global efforts to contain the spread and more importantly ensuring the safety of our entrepreneurs, team and volunteer community, FATE Foundation transitioned its operations and programmes from in-person...
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FATE Foundation Announces New Board Members
FATE Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of seven new members to the Board of Directors. The newly elected members are Yinka Sanni, Juliet Ehimuan, Bolaji Agbede, Olusola Adeola, Seni Sulyman, Ibrahim Salau and Seyi Bella. “We are thrilled to welcome these seven individuals...
FATE Foundation’s 2020 Business Outlook
‘The Good. The Bad. The Opportunities’ was the theme of FATE Foundation’s 2020 Business Outlook, Our special guests at the event were Keynote Speaker; Laoye Jaiyeola CEO, Nigerian Economic Summit Group; Panelist; Wale Ajayi, Partner, Tax, Regulatory & People Services, KPMG; Panelist; Solape Hammond, Special Adviser, SDGs, and Investments; and...
Appointment of Adenike Adeyemi as a Board trustee to Youth Business International (YBI)
We are happy to announce the appointment of our Executive Director, Adenike Adeyemi as a Board trustee to Youth Business International (YBI). YBI is a global network of independent non-profit initiatives operating in over 40 countries across 5 continents and whose headquarters is in the...
Bank and Entrepreneur Africa: Special Feature Nigeria SME Storytelling
Hearty congratulations to Bank and Entrepreneur Africa magazine as they recently launched a special feature on “Nigeria SME storytelling”. Bank and Entrepreneur is a bi-monthly magazine that hopes to give a voice and tell the stories of Nigerian entrepreneurs on their journeys to success. The...
Two FATE Alumni Members Appointed as Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) Chair & Vice-Chair
On behalf of the FATE Foundation Management, we would like to congratulate Mr. Africanfarmer Mogaji and Mrs. Edobong Akpabio on their respective appointment as Chairman and Vice-Chair of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on Friday, May 3rd, 2019. LCCI is the premier...
Announcing the ScaleUp Agribusiness 2019 Participants
We are very excited to present to you our ten (10) entrepreneurs who emerged as finalists for the ScaleUp Lab Agribusiness Accelerator Programme 2019!!! The ScaleUp Agribusiness Accelerator Programme is a unique accelerator programme developed by FATE Foundation in partnership with African Capital Alliance Foundation,...
Global Entrepreneurship Congress, 2019 Bahrain Highlights
The Global Entrepreneurship Congress took place in Manama Bahrain between April 16 to 18, 2019. This is a yearly conference that brings together entrepreneurs, policymakers, investors, and startup champions to deliberate on different issues and find solutions affecting their local and even global Entrepreneurship Ecosystems....
2019 AEP 71 Ilorin Participants
S/N First Name Last Name Business Name Business Page Links 1 Aanuoluwapo Oriyomi Meesquared Royale Asooke Page Link 2 Abdulraheem Esan Real Remmy Multinational Resources Ltd Page Link 3 Alli Adekunbi Jtouch Beauty Emporium Page Link 4 Clinton Ugoh Jilak Agro-Allied Group Page Link 5...
Announcing the ScaleUp Lab Agribusiness Accelerator Programme 2019
ScaleUp Lab by FATE Foundation is a unique Accelerator Programme aimed at providing targeted support to growth stage high-potential ventures within the targeted growth sectors of the Nigerian economy namely: Agribusiness, Health, Creatives & Education sectors. The Agribusiness Accelerator Programme targets outstanding Nigerian agribusiness entrepreneurs whose businesses are currently...
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