The TAMFUND is in memory of TosinAnibaba who was a victim of the Dana air crash of June 2012.Tosin was, in her lifetime, a believer in giving hope to others in despondent circumstances and would do all in her power to help them. Professionally, she was able to translate this purpose by helping entrepreneurs build their dreams into successful businesses. Her zest for supporting young businesses inspired her family to establish a memorial fund in her honor for the purpose of encouraging and supporting micro-entrepreneurs in achieving their potential.
The TAM Fund is designed for start-ups and early-stage entrepreneurs with the right attitude and vision but no means of achieving it. Annually, it is being positioned as a “lifeline” to 5 Micro-entrepreneurs who will be receiving a seed capital of N500,000 in equipment and mentorship, after going through a competitive selection process.
Who should apply?
- Early stage entrepreneurs
- Those with business ideas but have no means of giving their ideas life
Five people stand the chance of winning 500,000 NGN and also become a TAM ambassador.
The TAM ambassadors will undergo a 6-month immersion program, during which they will attend a structured capacity building program, be mentored, attend advisory sessions and have the opportunity to broaden their network.
Applications Closes: February 1, 2018
To register, kindly go to https://reg.smetoolkit.ng