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February 16th, 2021

EFI Accelerator For African Designers 21-22 – CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

The EFI Accelerator Programme is back, and they are now taking applications until 31st of March.

With the support of European Union, the Ethical Fashion Initiative aspires to propel creative entrepreneurs forward, providing them the support and guidance they need for a successful global debut; preparing brands to become investment-ready is the end goal.

For this round, the Accelerator Programme invites emerging brands based in Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Eritrea, Kenya, Mali and Uganda to join their mission of a more sustainable future in fashion.

From footwear and accessories to jewellery and ready-to-wear, they’re on the lookout for emerging labels that will define African fashion worldwide and join them in their mission to a more sustainable future in fashion.

This Accelerator Programme is all about supporting clean-lined and sustainably-crafted labels based in the above-mentioned countries. It’s specifically designed for those that have been in business a minimum of five years and have an annual turnover of USD $10,000 or more.

Discover more and apply here:

African Designers Accelerator Programme 21/22







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