890 445 AfricaIEG.com

Forty Kenyan start-ups are set to battle for Sh20 million from Standard Chartered Bank

Women in Tech Incubator Fund in collaboration with the Strathmore University.

The 40 were selected from a pool of over 200 applications. The fund targets women-led start-ups drawn from the public, schools, colleges and universities.

The start-ups should have teams of two to three individuals, leveraging on technology as a key driver of innovation in business.

“This marks the beginning of a journey of innovation that will see top 10 female-led start-ups transform into viable businesses,” said Director of @iBizAfrica-Strathmore University Dr Joseph Sevilla.

“It is very encouraging that we received applications from all over the country and we believe the shortlisted teams have great potential for advancing to the finals.”…Read more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.