Google has invited applications for the 4th cohort of the Launchpad Accelerator Africa programme.
Technology startups from Algeria, Botswana, Cameroon, Cote D’Ivoire, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, and Zimbabwe have been invited to apply for the program that is expected to run for 3 months and will over the next three years provide African startups in equity-free support, working space, and access to expert advisers from Google, Silicon Valley, and Africa.
Earlier in March, 12 startups from 6 African countries were selected for the 3rd class in this region. They include 54Gene (Nigeria), Data Integrated Limited (Kenya), Instadiet.me (Egypt), Kwara (Kenya), OkHi (Kenya), PAPS (Senegal), ScholarX (Nigeria), Swipe2pay (Uganda), Tambua Health Inc. (Kenya), Voyc.ai (South Africa), WellaHealth (Nigeria), and Zelda Learning (South Africa).
Interested startups should apply here by 26th July 2019.
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