Tuesday, September 11, 2012

YouWIN 2012 Competition For Women: Click Here For Details

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YouWiN! stands for Youth Enterprise with Innovation in Nigeria. It is an innovative business plan competition aimed at job creation by encouraging and supporting aspiring entrepreneurial youth in Nigeria to develop and execute business ideas.

The accomplishments of the 1,200 YouWiN! awardees were celebrated at the Presidential Villa on April 12, 2012.

Who can apply?

To be eligible for the Business Plan Competition you must satisfy the following criteria

1. You must be a proven citizen of Nigeria and a woman no older than 45 years (proof of identity: International passport/Drivers License/National ID/Voters card required)
2. You must have a post-secondary school qualification
3. Your proposed business venture must be within the national borders of Nigeria, and with the intention of employing Nigerian citizens.
4. Your proposed venture must not entail the production or distribution of weapons, alcoholic beverages, tobacco or/and gambling, or any activities in contradiction with the Nigerian constitution
5. You must prepare an innovative business concept summary.

You must choose to participate in one award pool. There are 6 regional pools on the basis of geo-political zone as identified by market in which you want to do business.

How to apply
Step 1 - CHECK ELIGIBILITY: Confirm that you are eligible to apply by reading "who can apply above".


Register yourself. You will receive a confirmation email from YouWIN! with all the details you will need to log in. Register here.


Once you have successfully registered you need to Log in and click the New Business Application button on the right hand-side.

You can save your application form as you go along, and come back to it at any time. Once you are happy with your application use the Submit button on the form to send it to us. You can submit only ONE application.


After the closing date you will be notified if you have been selected for the next stage of the competition.

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