The two winners of the Ayada Lab programme in Ivory Coast are Kla Konan Amos-Romeo (Ivoire Flow / Online Platform for the promotion of emerging musicians), and N'guessan Koumoin Famien Etienne (Online art and design gallery "Janda").
The young entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to take part in local, regional and international cultural entrepreneurship trainings over a period of twelve months. Until then, they already benefit coaching sessions with specialists in legal advice, financial management, communications and logistics. They will also become mentees to key cultural entrepreneurs and art practionners who have already successfully undergone cultural ventures in order to benefit from their experience.
Initiated by Goethe Institute, with Arterial Network as an implementing partner for Cote d'Ivoire, the Ayada Lab programme aims to train and support 15 young entrepreneurs in the cultural and social fields through dedicated workshops and professional meetings, with a personalized follow-up over a period of 12 months. The program will enable selected start-ups and projects to network locally and inetrnationally and to build partnerships that will enable them to build and boost sustainable businesses.
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The two winners of the Ayada Lab programme in Ivory Coast are Kla Konan Amos-Romeo (Ivoire Flow / Online Platform for the promotion of emerging mus...read More