News & Events
TAN August Event: Creating Strategic and Tactical Solutions for African Businesses
Entrepreneurship in Africa has an opportunity to change global economies by focusing on
smaller businesses and local deliveries of products that can be networked to behave with
equal speed, agility and capabilities of any larger company because of instant globalization
and Android Smart Phones. End-to-end results for local manufacturing and/or distribution
can grow reliably while meeting the needs of upward growth into larger economies within
and outside of Africa. Building reliability into your product requires a strategic position to
build reliability into your company.
TAN March Event: Solar Magic Box
This networking event in March will be held on Thursday, March 29 at the Fenwick and West Facility, Mountain View California. It will feature entrepreneur and TAN member Idrees Munir's Solar Magic Box endeavor and how that is promoting education in rural African countries.
Harvesting African Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Promotion of Trade and Commerce between the USA and Africa
A full evening of compelling presentations by distinguished speakers on topics relevant to social entrepreneurship, renewable energy opportunities, and trade between the US and Africa.
Astia 2011 Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Program
Pre-screened, select start-ups at all stages of high-growth will be invited to join Astia and experience our hallmark program that has resulted in a greater than 60% funding success rate for prior participants. Astia focuses on Technology, Life Science and Clean Technology sectors...
Incubating Future Entrepreneurs and Seed Funding
One of TAN's core missions is to showcase the entrepreneurial opportunities in Africa. This Membership Networking Event (MNE) will be geared towards showcasing what some companies are doing on the continent to provide seed funding and other resources needed for future software entrepreneurs.
June 4, 2010
The World Affairs Council and its Young Professionals International Forum (IF)
The World Affairs Council and its Young Professionals International Forum (IF) welcome you to a celebration of Africa. All too often, people think of Africa as one large country that is uniform in its culture, its race, its desperation and despair.
January 26, 2010
TAN President/CEO to Speak at MPI/USAID Diaspora Entrepreneurship Round-Table
TAN President and CEO, Dr. Paschal Iwuh, will be one of the speakers at this year's Entrepreneurship Round-table in Washington, DC. This event is put together by the Migration Policy Institute (MPI) and USAID. It is aimed at examining the role that members of Diasporas play as entrepreneurs and investors in their countries of origin or ancestry
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