Adebayo Alonge selected into the prestigious MIT Legatum Foundry Fellowship


Adebayo Alonge is one of 13 accomplished African tech leaders selected into the inaugural cohort of the prestigous MIT Legatum Foundry Fellowship. Photo Credits: MIT Legatum

Today, September 28, 2021, the The Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology introduced the inaugural cohort of Legatum Foundry Fellows.

Adebayo Alonge is one of the accomplished tech entrepreneurs selected as part of this distinguished group.

In its press release, the MIT Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship introduced the Foundry Fellowship as a first-of-its-kind fellowship focused on African entrepreneurs who have successfully grown ventures on the continent and have arrived at an inflection point in their entrepreneurial journeys. The fellowship will provide the space for these entrepreneurs to come together to reflect on their achievements and consider their present and future leadership roles as entrepreneurs, investors, policymakers, and thought leaders. Collectively, the Fellows will explore the future of innovation ecosystems in Africa and demonstrate how Africa can be a hub for innovation globally. Fellows will spend six months learning from MIT faculty, connecting with investors, and expanding their network of peer innovators through an interactive customized curriculum. The fellowship will culminate in a three-week immersive session in the United States where Fellows will explore the MIT innovation ecosystem and showcase their ventures and lessons in innovation with faculty, staff, and students.

Adebayo Alonge is looking to explore new pathways on his entrepeneurial journey during the Legatum Foundry Fellowship

In his words, Adebayo Alonge says “I am excited to join this exceptional group. #FoundryFellows
As RxAll scales into new markets. It gives me the opportunity to reflect on my journey so far, plan the future of our growth across Africa, leverage new extended networks for scale and explore new channels beyond my blog, podcast and speaking engagements to inspire and include the next generation of African tech entrepreneurs in driving Africa’s economic development through innovation”.

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