The Tony Elumelu Foundation 2015 – 2017 Progress Report seeks to analyse the progress of the 3010 entrepreneurs who have completed the Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Programme since its launch in 2015. Given the scale and reach of the programme over the past three years, the Tony Elumelu Foundation decided to assess their business health and performance thus far.
A sample of 1472 entrepreneurs from the 3010, representing 4 9% of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme alumni who responded to the survey, and represent 48 African countries, 5 regions and 25 sectors.
This TEF 2015 – 2017 Progress Report presents in-depth analysis and insights of our findings on:
The economic impact of the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme on their businesses in relation to the jobs they have created and revenues they have generated since graduating from the programme. An analysis of the impact of the seven (7) pillars of the TEF Entrepreneurship Programme on the entrepreneur business development. The social impact of the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurs that align with the sustainable development goals (SDGs). Before proceeding to share the details of the progress of the Tony Elumelu Foundation entrepreneurs however, it is critical to share the vision, mission and underlying economic philosophy of the most ambitious entrepreneurship programme on the African continent.