flab Accelerator seeking Ghanaian female-led tech startups


Applications are open to the Innohub flab Accelerator, seeking female-led tech startups to join the six-month Ghana-based programme.

The fLab programme seeks to promote innovative technology entrepreneurship among women, by providing female-owned tech startups with product development and business development support.

The accelerator is currently seeking 20 entrepreneurs with innovative, high-growth, social impact ventures looking for support to refine their offering and scale.

Participants will receive help from a team of mentors and coaches with product development and testing, as well as with refining their business and customers strategies.  Co-working space complete with a tech lab to test ideas will also be available to the chosen entrepreneurs.

To be eligible, startups must have a two or three-member female-led team; be aged between 20 and 30 years old; have an innovative technology solution in its idea or early stage with potential for growth; and be willing to commit the six month intensive programme.

Applications are open here, until January 15.


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Inspired and excited by the African tech entrepreneurial scene, Gabriella spends her time travelling around the continent to report on the most innovative tech startups, the most active investors, and the latest trends emerging in the ecosystem.

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