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Up for Debate: What Does it Mean to be an Entrepreneur in Africa?

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The future of Africa and the next generation of entrepreneurs are among the many global issues being addressed this year at the World Economic Forum, to be held January 23-27. In advance of the convening and to aid the discussion ahead, the Skoll World Forum partnered with the Financial Times' This is Africa magazine and designed a debate at the strategic intersection of Africa and entrepreneurship. We asked some of the continent's leading entrepreneurs and innovators to highlight some of the key lessons they learned working across and for Africa.

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