Due Date: August 4, 2019
Applications for the GreenHouse Laboratory Tech Accelerator Program 2019 are now open. The very first of its kind in Nigeria, GreenHouse Laboratory is a three-month accelerator focused entirely on early-stage, female-led or female concentrated innovation start-ups throughout Africa, in addition to African run start-ups domiciled overseas with items that are scalable in African markets.
The program provides the chance to get world class tech entrepreneurship training, a minimum of 100 K USD and access to an international network of coaches and financiers. The three-month accelerator starts in mid-August and ends in mid-November. Chosen start-ups will be needed to dedicate 2 workers to the program for as much as 3 days a week in Lagos.
Throughout the program, each start-up will have the chance to meet financiers prior to Demonstration and Financial Investment Day. At the conclusion of the program, each start-up will pitch in front of an audience of essential business owners, financiers, corporates and organizations from the worldwide tech community. GreenHouse Capital might provide a minimum of 100 K USD financial investment to start-ups that certify and satisfy essential financial investment requirements throughout the program. This financial investment omits other financial investments that might be made by other financiers in the network.
- An international cross-industry financier, business partner, and mentorship network
- Access to items and resources from GreenHouse Capital partners, consisting of Google Launchpad · An extensive curriculum provided by Google coaches and market professionals
- The chance to work out of Vibranium Valley, Lagos, Nigeria’s premier tech center
- Community engagement (through networking sessions and roadshows
- The possible to get a minimum of 100 K USD financial investment from GreenHouse Capital for start-ups that certify and satisfy our financial investment preparedness requirements (this omits other deals that might originate from our worldwide network of financiers).
- Candidates should be an early-stage tech start-up with a minimum of one female member on their starting or management group
- Should have recognized an important requirement in Africa and is developing an efficient, sustainable and scalable option
- Should have a group including a minimum of 2 members consisting of one technical member
- Should have established, at a minimum, a beta-product and remain in the procedure of improving a go-to-market method, developing out sales channels and producing profits
- Should be exceptionally enthusiastic about their picked vertical and show the needed dedication to developing the business of their dreams.
For more details, go to GreenHouse Laboratory Tech Accelerator