For Ijeoma Oguegbu of Nigeria and Barbara Okoto of Ghana, it was the desire to create employment opportunities in Africa that motivated them to venture into what now has become one of the largest online learning platforms in Africa and beyond.
Beavly is an online marketplace connecting people looking to learn informal skills like cooking, fashion design, beauty therapy, and more with business professionals who offer workplace or side -by-side training.
The portal is one of the only two African startups that were accepted into the elite S Factory last November. S Factory is an entrepreneurship pre-accelerator in Chile that gives grants of $15,000 to female entrepreneurs with good ideas.
“We promote informal learning to get graduates and unemployed adults out of the house and towards career success…
By Face2Face Africa