Africa Startups Club (AFRISTAC), an exclusive entrepreneurs business club, founded by The Entrepreneur Africa Magazine, has announced that its first business dinner will hold on November 10, 12, and 13, in Lagos, Awka, and Enugu, respectively. Attendance of this business dinner is exclusive to entrepreneurs or aspiring ones who are members of the club. Thus, to get an invite to the dinner, interested persons should register as members at the AFRISTAC Page on the website: www.theentrepreneurafrica.com or through this link theentrepreneurafrica.com/afristac
African Startups Club (AFRISTAC) is a business growth and support project founded by The Entrepreneur Africa Magazine. The objective is to serve as a platform where entrepreneurs and startups owners can meet each other, create valuable connections and enter into alliances and partnership for mutual business benefits. It’s also a platform where upcoming entrepreneurs meet accomplished ones and they become equal, on a table of great foods and drinks.
This project was launched on September 30, 2017 at Victoria Island Lagos. And as a major way of creating the desired synergy among members, the club has initiated a monthly business dinner. This is where an ambitious startup owner meets other inspiring business people, on an exclusive, close, like-minded ground. Here, we meet to eat, drink, talk serious business, and connect for higher business purposes. For each month’s business dinner, we also have important guest appearances, consisting of entrepreneurial role models, and celebrity entrepreneurs.
Other Benefits Of Membership:
Each member of this club is entitled to attend the business dinner exclusively. Each member also stands to gain several other benefits such as constant supply of helpful materials and resources to help their businesses grow. Every member also gets to have access to contacts and connections needed to uplift their startups, companies, or brands. Again, every member gets free constant online and print media adverts/promotions for their businesses/products, as they are availed up to fifty social media handles, and on The Entrepreneur Africa magazine, itself. In addition, startups owners who need funds can also secure them by being members of the club, as the club brings together those who have funds to give, and those who need funds to power their startups. Indeed, benefits abound. Membership is not free. Terms and conditions necessarily apply.