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Are you an Agritech Startup? Apply for Innov8Agric Challenge to Win up to $5,000 in Funding

Applications are now open for early stage agritech startups to apply for the 2019 Innov8Agric Challenge. Currently, in its 2nd edition, the challenge is aimed at discovering innovative ideas in the Agritech space in Africa as well as support them to scale their operations. The challenge is organised by Crenov8 …

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Top startup events in South Africa, Africa you should know about this week

Startup founders in Cape Town have a choice of two Solution Space events to attend on Friday (3 May). The first is a VC Office Hours session with Hlayisani Capital portfolio manager Mathew Palin. The second is an IP Office Hours session with Von Seidels founding partner Rowan Joseph. For those in …

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Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) Awards 2019 – Call for Nominations

The call for nominations is now open The Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) (AWIEForum.org) is pleased to announce the 3rd edition of the AWIEF Awards. The annual AWIEF Awards is Africa’s most prestigious awards event designed to highlight and celebrate the achievements of women entrepreneurs and business leaders who …

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AFRICA MOVES: The Event That Will Disrupt Africa Startup Investing in 2019

PARIS, April 11, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Africa seems to be on every investor’s radar these days, and for just reason. No day goes by without a mention of “Africa investments” in the headlines, according to research conducted by Born2Invest on investing in Africa. Case in point, a few short days ago the country of France pledged $2.8 billion in towards …

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Rwanda: 25 Rwandan Firms to Feature in Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme

The Tony Elumelu Foundation, the Nigerian-based philanthropy, has announced 3,050 selected applicants to the 5th edition of its annual entrepreneurship programme. Twenty-five Rwandans are among the selected participants. The Rwandan entrepreneurs are, among others, involved in agriculture, tourism, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare or education. Agriculture, with 48 per cent, represents the …

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