Applications open for Adansonia Accelerator


African entrepreneurs have been invited to apply for the Adansonia Accelerator Programme, which will provide virtual and physical training to help startups grow and find investment.

Africa-based entrepreneurs with business ideas or existing startups can apply for the Adansonia Accelerator Programme, which is backed by the likes of the iHub and Impact Hub.

Successful applicants will take part in a six-week online course, teaching them the basics of building their businesses and pitching to investors.

They will then be offered the opportunity to pitch to local and international investors such as Nest and VillageCapital, while selected participants will be given the opportunity to take part in a business course at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy.

Applications can be made here, and close on April 30.


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