The Hustle Bootcamp is a 5-weeks intensive online coaching programme on How to Build a Profitable, Scalable and Fundable businesses in Africa.
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Over 5 weeks, people who sign up for the course will learn how to turn their ideas into a profitable reality.
This bootcamp is scheduled to start on June 18.
The Hustle Bootcamp is organised by Starta and will be hosted by Dotun Olowoporoku the Managing Founder in partnership with TechEconomy.ng.
Attendees of the bootcamp will receive weekly lessons delivered via video along with slide downloads, worksheets, guides, curated readings materials and ebooks.
The move to make the bootcamp accessible online was necessitated by the success of the first physical bootcamp in Lagos and the feedback by the alumni.
Although Starta had one of the participants fly in from Paris, it was decided that location should not be a barrier for people seeking to launch profitable businesses.
One of the alumni of The Hustle Bootcamp, Taslim Okunola, the CEO of ByteMars says “When I registered for the bootcamp I was stuck in the middle of the startup journey and I really needed direction, which was what Starta delivered during the bootcamp.”
Similarly, Oluwaseyi Fakoya, the founder of Creo Consulting said “The experience for me, from understanding the market to writing a business pitch to knowing how to acquire customers, was simply awesome. Dotun and the Starta team were phenomenal “
To attend the bootcamp, please visit The Hustle Bootcamp website. For enquiries and/or more information on the bootcamp, contact Starta by email: hello (at) thestarta (dot) com
About the Organisers
Starta is a business support platform for startup founders and SME entrepreneurs in Africa. Launched in 2016, Starta is committed to making growth easier and more attainable for African founders. They accomplish this by providing resources, training and opportunities and connecting them with valuable networks of investors, mentors, partners, and potential customers.
Starta was founded on the belief that billion dollar companies can, and will emerge out of Africa, and they are committed to contributing their quota to make it happen. For more details and enquiries about their services, visit thestarta.com. To sign up for their newsletter or reach them, send an email to them directly at [email protected]
On the other hand, TechEconomy.ng is a Nigerian based technology and business focused news website; tilting the lenses on innovations, ‘techpreneurship’ and successes stories in this emerging market; tracing the inaccuracies and pushing for solutions and values. TechEconomy.ng is published by OPI-MEDIA Networks Limited.