Microsoft to train 25 East African tech entrepreneurs

Friday 3 February 2017 | 14:44 CET | News
Microsoft is set to train twenty-five tech entrepreneurs from Kenya and other East African countries to help them actualise and grow their business ideas. The tech firm has partnered with Growth Africa, an acceleration hub, to support the entrepreneurs, Business Daily reported.

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Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Kenya
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