London African Entrepreneur Awards UK 2016 By: African Entrepreneur Awards UK

Friday, 14 October 2016 at 19:00 - Saturday, 15 October 2016 at 03:00

The second annual African Entrepreneur Awards UK Ceremony will be held on the 14th of October 2016 at The Decorium in North London, Close to Islington and the city with direct routes to central London, the North Circular (A406), M1, M25 and A10. Within short walking distance of Wood Green underground station.
The award ceremony will comprises of different speakers, entrepreneurs, dignitaries from the United kingdom and around the world, top class entertainment, 3 Course sit down meal, a relaxing atmosphere, an inspirational and motivational fun evening for a lasting memory.

Together let us inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs for future development

Organiser of African Entrepreneur Awards UK 2016

African Entrepreneur Awards UK (AEA UK)

African Entrepreneur Awards UK is an annual award ceremony that recognises and rewards the unsung talent, hard work, and success of African and Non-African entrepreneurs supporting the Africa community in the United Kingdom. With these awards, we aim not only to highlight the achievements of entrepreneurs and the differences they make for the community or the country; but also to encourage more entrepreneurs to keep making a difference through their accomplishments.

The awards covers twenty various categories and presented to the best entrepreneur from the nominations, highlighting their unsurpassed success and hard work of the year. These categories include:

Entrepreneur of the Year,

Lifetime Achievement


Charity of the Year

Innovative Entrepreneur,

Young Entrepreneur

A Friend of Africa

Aspiring Artists, and many others;

The nominations and awards are presented to entrepreneurs who have achieved their respective title through their hard work and success. Success is defined by the entrepreneurs’ contributions to the country or its people, achievements impacting the community at large, or any other type of praiseworthy endeavor made by the entrepreneurs.

50% of the profit this year, will be directed towards supporting the African community in the United Kingdom and in Africa, through projects such as:

• Building and establishing children’s play centers and libraries in impoverished areas
• Supporting orphans facing difficulties with their educational needs
• Supporting victims that are suffering from domestic violence