In a move to show Intel’s commitment to supporting the growth and inclusion of women in the tech, the firm has signed a partnership with Nigeria’s She Leads Africa foundation to host educational workshops for tech entrepreneurs in cities across the continent.
The series of workshops kicks-off in Nairobi on January 24 and will then move to Johannesburg, Lagos and many more.
The workshop will take through participants on the Lean Start Up model and how to test their product quickly and cheaply with the market. Entrepreneurs will also be trained on how to use Intel architecture in their businesses as well as some of the creative ways that technology can be used to solve business problems.
The workshop is targeted towards female developers who are looking to build their businesses and eventually IPO for millions of dollars as well as any women running tech enabled businesses. Participants must apply to participate ensuring that the women selected will be some of the most exciting tech entrepreneurs on the continent.