The aim of the Masterclasses is to give Zambian entrepreneurs the tools they need to grow their businesses.
The Masterclasses will be short and highly-focused, and will last between half-a-day to a week and costing between K25 to K500.
Startups and SMEs participating in the programme will be offered a number of widely applicable non-tech related workshops that include accounting, business speaking and generating impact through the power of business.
This is in addition to the suite of technology related workshops they’ll take part in.
“Whether it be building your first company website, developing your app idea, building and managing your social media presence, we have you covered,” said Lukonga Lindunda, co-founder and executive director of BongoHive.
He added, “Our leadership position in the African tech community has enabled us to develop cutting edge programming and our business model has made it incredibly affordable.”
Through the Masterclasses, the tech hub is making its knowledge even more accessible to businesses.