In a remarkable achievement, Nthabiseng Mosia, the Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer at Easy Solar, has been selected as one of the Top 20 finalists for Africa’s Business Heroes.
This prestigious recognition comes after a rigorous evaluation process that saw an impressive 27,267 applications vying for a spot in this year’s program, making it the highest number of submissions since the initiative’s inception.
Africa’s Business Heroes is a philanthropic initiative dedicated to identifying and supporting exceptional African entrepreneurs. By providing a platform for recognition and upliftment, the program aims to nurture and empower innovative individuals who are making a significant impact in their respective industries.
Nthabiseng Mosia’s inclusion in the Top 20 is a testament to her exemplary leadership and business acumen at Easy Solar. As the Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer of the company, she has played a vital role in its success and growth, contributing to its mission of providing accessible energy solutions to underserved communities in Africa.
The competition, backed by prominent business leaders and renowned philanthropists, will enter its final stages, where the Top 20 entrepreneurs will undergo further evaluations and intensive training. Ultimately, they will pitch their business ideas to a distinguished panel of judges for a chance to secure a share of the substantial prize pool, which is aimed at boosting their businesses to new heights.
Nthabiseng Mosia’s remarkable journey from thousands of applicants to the Top 20 finalists is an inspiration to aspiring entrepreneurs across the African continent. Her dedication, resilience, and innovative spirit exemplify the transformative potential of African businesses, and she stands as a shining beacon of hope for others to follow.
As the Africa’s Business Heroes competition reaches its climax, the spotlight remains on Nthabiseng Mosia and her fellow finalists, who have demonstrated the drive and determination to make a lasting positive impact on the continent. Their stories of perseverance and ingenuity will undoubtedly continue to inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs and foster an environment that encourages innovation and progress in Africa’s business landscape.