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    Venture Capital education attracts hundreds of Africans – New Business Ethiopia (

    Education about venture capital industry has historically been absent from curricula at universities, business Schools and wider executive education. Despite this, with a rise in VC funding in Africa, more individuals are thinking how they can join the industry to work for VC funds or invest individually in African startups.

    That is why Dream VC, which was launched in 2021, is now actively taking applicants for their 2022 intake. Run by a team of former operators, entrepreneurs and VCs, Dream VC has been growing quickly with their African-markets-focused VC education.

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    7 Startups graduate from Founder Institute Ghana Latest Cohort (

    As well as hearing the experience from each graduate and being treated to the pitches of a selection of the cohort, our audience was also treated to the wise words of the illustrious Ghanaian business icon, Kofi Dadzie, who spoke to the importance of using their talent, training, cunning, foresight, leadership and experience to ensure they position themselves to be in the right place, at the right time – to be where the ball will fall.