Three Kenyan Startups gets Investments from Norwegian Accelerator Pangea

Pangea, a Norway-based startup accelerator whose purpose is to create access to investment for African startups has invested in three Kenyan startups just six months after launching ts operations in the country.

This was after recently closed its 3-month milestone-oriented acceleration program that saw over 40 startups take part in a partnership program iLabAfrica.

The three startups are:

Biasharabot – a social media management system and customer service chatbot.

Onesha – a digital marketplace for with over 700 creatives.

Tozzaplus – a cloud-based accounting & payroll system.

The three will receive monetary investment and a  12 months follow-up mentorship alongside other participants of the acceleration program.

During the follow-up, the startups will get access to the Pangea advisory board within marketing, strategy, business planning, investor introductions and much more.

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