2023 Africa Startup Initiative Program (ASIP) for African tech startups
Suitably qualified African tech startups who are looking to take their start-up to the next level are invited to submit application for the 2023 Africa Startup Initiative Program (ASIP) worth up to 15,000 euros in cash funding to help them build a sustainable, repeatable business model using lean methodology and to scale their impact through collaboration with the private and public sectors.
The Africa Startup Initiative Program (ASIP) is a program founded and launched by Moh Damush, Telecel Group as part of CSR activities. The program contributes in a meaningful way to the African community to help young Startups in Africa whose innovative ideas are creating a difference in their communities. Backed by anchor partner Telecel Group, the program is ideal for tech-oriented startups looking to scale through corporate and public sector partnerships. The program aims to scale early-stage startups through intensive coaching and opportunities for pilots and Proof of Concept projects that subsequently open the doors for longer-term commercial agreements.
Requirements for the 2023 Africa Startup Initiative Program (ASIP) for African tech startups:
- The Program is looking for the next generation of African startups disrupting industry sectors including FinTech, InsureTech, AgriTech, eCommerce, Digital Health, and CleanTech. Backed by anchor partner Telecel Group, the program is ideal for startups with a mobile tech focus.
- The remote accelerator concludes with an online Demo Day where startup founders pitch their disruptive solutions to a broad audience of media, investors, corporate partners, and industry stakeholders.
- Applicants must be ready to take their start-up to the next level.
Benefits of the 2023 Africa Startup Initiative Program (ASIP) for African tech startups:
10 startups in the program will receive benefits worth about €500,000, including credits from AWS, Google Cloud Services, and many more.
Application Deadline: November 12, 2022.