About NEIP

 The National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan (NEIP) is a flagship policy initiative of the government of Ghana with the primary objective of providing an integrated national support for start-ups and small businesses. NEIP primarily focuses on providing business development services; startup incubators and funding for young businesses to enable them grow and become successful.

The ultimate aim of NEIP is to enable entrepreneurs, empower innovation and accelerate job creation for Ghana’s teeming unemployed youth.

NEIP VISION

Consolidating it middle-income status, building an industry-driven economy capable of providing decent jobs that are suitable and sustainable for development.

THE NEIP OBJECTIVE

President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo believes that, “those who set up businesses must succeed for them to create wealth and employ more people. This is the surest way to turn our beloved country fortunes around”

NEIP MODULES

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Incubation Program

Startup businesses will be hand held to survive the initial pitfalls of entrepreneurs. It is a deliberate and conscious effort to provide young businesses with the tools and support they need to become successful.
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NEIP Industrialization Plan

This is a deliberate and ambitious approach to farm fruits and vegetables in a controlled environment. It is a farm activity laced with technology, not dependent on rain but with amazing financial rewards. It has high impact in the sustainable jobs space and there is already an off-take from several companies both local and abroad
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Youth Enterprise Fund (YEF)

This fund is dedicated to youth in entrepreneurship.
It exists as a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to fund Young business as they cannot not access funding from banks and other financial institutions.
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Business Advisory

Early stage business hunting and competitions to be selected for both funding and incubator hubs. This module is very critical for Business Development.
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