How To Get N3,000,000 Business Grant From International Breweries

Will you like to discover how to get N3,000,000 business grant From International Breweries?

Are you still a young Nigerian?

Do you have an existing business, not more than 3 years or a smart business idea?

Are you looking for money to boost the business or idea?

Do you have what it takes to compete for up to N3,000,000 Grant, Training and Mentorship?

If the answer to all the questions above is yes, you need to read every word in this short report.

Before then, let me tell you something. I am an advocate of youth empowerment and access to funding for young Nigerian to pursue their business. I love helping serious-minded youth with good ambitions.

Long-time ago, I discovered that it was becoming more difficult to get loan or funding in Nigeria. It's the country situation. Forget about who to blame on this. Just focus on how you can succeed in the country. Fortunately, there is a lot of loan and funding opportunities going on around us but because of lack of information, we are not aware of.

Thatswhy I write about loans, grant, funding, scholarships and funding opportunities. This article will also be of great benefits to you.

I have written about grants, loan, and funding in the past.  You can read 15 Reasons Why It's Difficult To Get Loan In Nigeria. , Easy Loan Without Collateral Introduction, N36, 000, 000 Loan Opportunity You  Can't Afford To Miss and host of others.

I also wrote a 151 pages book on how to get a loan without collateral- Easy Laon Without Collateral. If you are yet to get your copy, you are missing a million dollar opportunities. If you are serious about getting a loan without collateral, click this link to get a copy of my book here now.


Now let go back to the main purpose of this article, how to get N3,000,000 business grant From International Breweries?

KICKSTART is a special intervention programme by International Breweries PLC, (IBPLC) a proud part of Anheuser- Busch InBev (ABInBev) the world's largest brewer. The main aim of KICKSTART is to promote a culture of entrepreneurship among youth in Nigeria.

The initiative has been running in the South-Western and South – Eastern zones of Nigeria since 2015. Through the provision of material and financial support, the initiative continues to encourage young entrepreneurs to develop their big ideas into sustainable businesses or expand their existing businesses. This has created socioeconomic
opportunities for young citizens between the ages of 18 and 35.

The programme was first launched as a poverty alleviation initiative in South Africa in 1995 by South Africa Brewery (SABMiller), then a major shareholder of IBPLC. Since then, it has also been implemented in other African countries like Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Tanzania.

In Nigeria, KICKSTART  is run by the International Breweries Foundation, for the first time since inception, it will be open to applicants from all the six geo-political zones in the country.


  • Nigeria Youths Between 18-35 Years
  • Have an existing business not more than 3 years or smart business idea
  • Looking for funding to boost the business or idea
  • and you have what it takes to compete for up to N3,000,000 Grant Training and Mentorship?

Read more about the programme here or here

Click here to apply.

If you are qualified, take cation now.

If you are above 35 years of age and you feel like oh, I missed it. Don't falsify your age because of this. There are so many other opportunities out there that you don't know because you don't have access to the information

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If you are serious about raising funding for your business or project, stop lamentation and complaints or excuses. take action now. Nobody will bring money to you in your room. You have to go out there and succeed. When you succeeded, you will be the first to enjoy your success.

Watch out from my next article on $10,000 Grant opportunities from an international organization.

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