Nominations Open For FORBES AFRICA’s 30 Under 30 Class Of 2021

    FORBES AFRICA is on the hunt for Africans under the age of 30, who are leading the charge building brands, creating jobs, and transforming the continent, to join the magazines Under 30 community for 2021.

    Attention entrepreneurs, creatives, sports stars, and technology geeks — the 2021 FORBES AFRICA 30 Under 30 nominations are now officially open.

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    Each year, FORBES AFRICA looks for resilient self-starters, innovators, entrepreneurs, and disruptors who have the acumen to stay the course in their chosen field, come what may.

    The FORBES AFRICA 30 Under 30 list is the most-anticipated list of game-changers on the continent and this year, we are on the hunt for 30 of Africa’s brightest achievers under the age of 30 spanning these categories: Business, Technology, Creatives, and Sport.

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    Past honorees include Mr Eazi, Lloyd Harris, Sho Madjozi, Bruce Diale, Karabo Poppy, Thuso Mbedu, Nomzamo Mbatha, Burna Boy, Nthabiseng Mosia, Davido, Shamim Nabuuma Kaliisa, Nasty C and WizKid.

    (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images

    Continuing with a final list of 30, this year will go down in history as the Under 30s who survived and thrived during one of the most turbulent times recorded: the global COVID-19 pandemic.

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    “The FORBES AFRICA 30 Under 30 is the most coveted list of the year, and we will be celebrating seven years of the list in 2021. What will make this compilation even more compelling will be the fighting spirit of the candidates that made it through a challenging year. They need to be honored even more for their tenacity and resilience as leaders charting a non-linear trajectory to success,” says Renuka Methil, Managing Editor of FORBES AFRICA.

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    If you think you have what it takes to be on this year’s list or know an entrepreneur, creative, technology entrepreneur, or sports star under the age of 30 with a proven track record on the continent – introduce them to FORBES AFRICA by submitting your nomination.

    The judging process will take place in four stages:

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    ● The first stage will be the evaluation of your motivation. If you do not hear back from us (within a specific period), please deem your nomination as unsuccessful.

    ● The second stage will require potential candidates to submit more documentation for the next stage of assessment. See also: Pan-African Fintech Accelerator Program 2021

    ● The third stage will include an analysis of your financials, revenue model and credibility as in-depth research will be conducted into who you are and your company/team (no criminal records, troubling lawsuits/bankruptcies, allegations of crime, bad behavior, sexual harassment/abuse or fraud).

    ● The final stage will have an expert panel of judges assess the strong candidates, whittling them down to the final 30. The editorial and research team makes the final selection based on judges’ scoring/remarks and adjusts for diversity across company type, gender, background, etc.

    For more information and nomination, see their official website here

     

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