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Barry and ADPED Inc., welcome 20 young Nigerian entrepreneurs
Barry University's Andreas School of Business and the Miami-based Africa-Diaspora non-profit, ADPED, Inc., will welcome 20 Nigerian youths on Friday, Nov. 12, to Barry's campus for a month-long entrepreneurship development program.
The Barry-ADPED partnership is one of 11 projects funded in Africa by the U.S. State Department under the Young Entrepreneur Program (YEP) which seeks to promote entrepreneurial