Pre-register for COLEACP’s Virtual Business Survival Bootcamp
To support companies coping with the impact of COVID-19, COLEACP is partnering with the African Management Institute (AMI) to offer Business Survival Bootcamps.
The bootcamps will provide companies with practical tools to plan and cope with the challenges resulting from the pandemic, focusing on financial projections and cost management in an economic slowdown. They will include:
- A 90-minute interactive webinar (via Zoom) led by AMI’s expert presenters, complemented by COLEACP experts
- Temporary online access for two weeks to practical tools (such as a risk matrix tool and a cashflow projection tool) to help you implement what you learned in the webinar
- Opportunities to connect with other entrepreneurs who are also trying to meet the challenges of COVID-19.
The bootcamps are open to entrepreneurs/managing directors and financial managers. A maximum of two participants per organisation may attend, subject to availability.
As this is a remote event, you will need to ensure you have a good internet connection for successful participation.
Pre-register for the first bootcamp by 11 May
Companies wishing to participate in a bootcamp are invited to complete a pre-registration form by Monday 11 May. The number of places is limited, so register early to guarantee your participation!
Calling agrofood entrepreneurs
How can entrepreneurs help revive the economy in their sector after COVID-19? The Food Bridge, which represents African diaspora agrofood entrepreneurs, is organising an online seminar on Friday 29 May, when COLEACP’s DG Jeremy Knops will speak about the expertise and support COLEACP can provide for agrofood entrepreneurs.