Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance offers opportunities for young Africans

The Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance is a network of highly educated young African entrepreneurs, from leading universities in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America.  In partnership with private and public sector groups, the Alliance has developed an entrepreneurial ecosystem to support the social and business ventures of young African professionals.

If you are developing a social or business venture and could benefit from the mentors, pro bono services, angel investors, venture capital, or insights of the Harmbe network of entrepreneurs, consider joining the Alliance to magnify your impact.  The Harambe Bretton Woods Symposium is the annual gathering for the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance.  Held each April, the HBWS serves as the entry point into the Alliance for entrepreneurial young Africans.   30 young African professionals are invited to attend the HBWS each year.  To apply, click here.

To learn more about the Alliance and the benefits it offers, the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance is hosting a colloquium at Princeton University on September 26 at 3pm in room Frist 207.

To learn more about our Alliance please review the links below:

McKinsey & Company (Video)
Why Join Harambe? (Video)