Last week in Wilmington, a group of 15 to 20 young entrepreneurs from South Africa are looking to form partnerships with various corporations in Delaware in hopes of obtaining a new set of skills, ideas, and knowledge that they can take with them to their own businesses.

This three-day program is called Business Accelerator which is hosted by both ACT Generation and StartUpAfrica.

StartUpAfrica started as a way to empower young people who are going into the business world and to address  the unemployment crisis in Africa.

Their work, which originally launched in Kenya, partnered with the University of Delaware in a program for entrepreneurship. The goal of this program was to teach young individuals how to be job creators as opposed to job seekers.

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