Centurion Law Group launches pro-bono business mentorship program in Cameroon

Centurion Law Group has started a new pro bono initiative to help startups and small- to- medium-sized businesses.

The Centurion Business Mentorship Program will offer legal and business advice, covering labor, tax and customs issues. The pilot program will begin in Cameroon, with plans to expand across Africa.

“African entrepreneurs and businesses can only reach their full potential when they are given the right legal support,” N.J. Ayuk, CEO of Centurion Law Group, said. “The dreams of African startups and entrepreneurs should not be put on hold, slowed or held back because of the lack of legal support. As a pan-African law firm, we believe we have an obligation to support them and we will provide that support.”

The program is designed for any entrepreneur desiring more knowledge about launching a successful company and navigating Africa's legal and business environments.

For more information about the program and how to apply, visit CenturionLawFirm.com/the-centurion-business-mentorship-program. Space is limited to 20 businesses.

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