Congratulations to 5 startups from 20 admitted into the program who earned a Certificate of Achievement!
Adei Educate — Launch. Boost. Grow. 20 International Experts and Mentors, 15 hours of original training content, and over 250 hours of Mentorship, invested into promising tech founders in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa.
The 4 week program admitted 20 startups and completed with 11 motivated startups who made it through 3 weeks of intense training: our workshop series include learning content, practical work and mentorship.
The 4th week dedicated to pitch preparation, elected one startup per category Launch, Boost, Grow to present their pitch during our Closing Ceremony to our esteemed panel of Mentors and Investors.
Currently, the Adei Technology Hub is fully operational in Abidjan! Adei Technology Hub offers a space for entrepreneurs and tech professionals to learn, meet, develop, and innovate. What’s more, we are located perfectly in the center of Abidjan in Cocody!
SAMEDI 26 SEPTEMBRE 2020
ADEI TECHNOLOGY HUB RENFORCE LES CAPACITES DE PLUSIEURS ENSEIGNANTS EN TIC
Le samedi 26 septembre 2020, au siège de ADEI TECHNOLOGY HUB sis à Cocody, vingt-et-un (21) enseignants du Lycée Sainte Marie ont reçu leurs certificats suite au renforcement de leurs compétences numériques. La cérémonie a été rehaussée par les présences de la Sénatrice Emilienne ANIKPO, de Mme ALLOU Marie-Christ, Proviseur dudit lycée et de M. TUO Nangalourou, Directeur des Apprentissages et de l’Insertion Professionnelle au Secrétariat d’État chargé de ‘Enseignement Technique et de la Formation Professionnelle.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH, 2020
ADEI TECHNOLOGY HUB BUILDS TEACHERS’ CAPACITY IN ICT
Saturday, September 26th, 2020, at the ADEI TECHNOLOGY HUB headquarters in Cocody, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, twenty-one (21) teachers from the Lycée Sainte Marie High School received their certificates following a workshop that focused on building their technical digital skills. The ceremony was elevated by the presence of Senator Emilienne Anikpo, Mrs. Marie-Christ Allou, the headmaster of the aforementioned girls’ high school, and Mr. Nangalarou Tuo, director of learning and professional advancement at the State Secretariat in charge of Technical Teaching and Professional Development.