DAAYTA: ARM sets N12m prize for pitch event conqueror

Marcus Amudipe
Marcus Amudipe



By Christian George

The Deji Alli ARM Young Talent Award programme scheduled to hold virtually on April 14, will reward the winner with N12 million.

The winner, in its fifth edition will have the said sum paid within one year in line with its terms and conditions.

According to BusinessDay, the terms and conditions include developing their business plan, completing an entrepreneurial education at the Pan Atlantic University’s Enterprise Development Centre in Lagos, Nigeria, and receiving 5-month acceleration support for the development of their venture through a reputable entrepreneurial hub in Lagos, Nigeria.

The initiative which started in 2015 by ARM to honour its founding CEO, Deji Alli has helped winners since its first edition to actualise their dreams.

The initiative’s primary objective is to support young entrepreneurs who have innovative ideas that can positively impact people’s lives and the communities around them.

Some of the past winners of the initiative include Murtala Sanni of the WESABI 2019 class.

Others include Eferobosa Oguegbu of the paper packaging company 2020 class, Tope Sulaimon of the Scrpays technology limited 2021 class, and Tunde Adeyemi of D-Olivette Enterprise 2022 class.

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