The University of Hertfordshire and Gemini Africa signed a partnership agreement to launch an entrepreneurship program for university students.
The program named “Rising Herts” is an entrepreneurial discovery program aiming to prepare a new generation of uprising entrepreneurs.
The aim of this program is to strengthen Egypt’s entrepreneurial ecosystem through a capacity-building program that empowers students with relevant business skills and spread awareness regarding the importance of sustainable development.
“Our partnership with the University of Hertfordshire to launch ‘Rising Herts’ is something we, at Gemini Africa, are truly hopeful about as it signals the commencement of a new era where we work together on preparing inspiring youth to become future entrepreneurs who are ready to hit the ground running; disrupting the entrepreneurial ecosystem with their creativity and innovation,” Adly Thoma, Chairman of Gemini Africa, said.
The “Rising Herts” program activities is targeting Hertfordshire undergraduate university students across all majors.
The “Rising Herts” is designed to offer Gemini Africa’s 3Ms (Mentorship, Matchmaking & Money) to the participating students to help them learn how to transform their ideas into a reality and prepare them for their endeavors in the business world post-graduation.
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