Rapidly Find Innovative Solutions to AgriFood Challenges in Nigeria
We are looking for large Nigeria-based companies from the AgriFood Sector wanting to find rapid innovative solutions to their industry challenges. Deadline to apply EXTENDED to 31st March 2022.
KTN Global Alliance Africa is a UK-funded 6-year project that aims to promote job creation, inclusive growth and poverty reduction through knowledge transfer, skills building and opportunities to support businesses and innovations that can deliver scalable impact.
We are looking for large* Nigeria-based companies from the AgriFood Sector wanting to find rapid innovative solutions to their industry challenges. Deadline to apply: 31st March 2022 (note extended deadline!).
Get in touch if you are:
- A *large Nigeria-based, Nigeria registered company working in the AgriFood sector with an annual turnover of over NGN 100 million and/or a workforce size of over 50 employees
- You have a concrete industry challenge that would benefit from cross-sector solutions
We will help you to define your challenge, translate it into a technical problem statement, launch it for public competition and, through a selection process, find the best solution out there!
Download the AgriFood Africa iX Challenge brochure here, or contact us directly for more information:
– Sophie West, Regional Lead Africa – KTN Global Alliance Africa: email@example.com
Global Alliance Africa extends deadline for Nigerian AgriFood companies to apply for iX Challenge
Global Alliance Africa has extended the closing date for large Nigeria-based companies from the AgriFood sector wanting to find rapid innovative solutions to their industry challenges to apply for the innovative exchange programme. Applications will now close on 31st March 2022.
Global Alliance Africa
We are delivering a 6-year (2019-2025) UK International Development funded Global Alliance Africa project which aims to build new and stronger UK-African partnerships to maximise the creation of inclusive market access, funding and investment opportunities through innovation knowledge transfer between the UK, Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.