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DFS Lab announces $1m startup bootcamp in Tanzania

Fintech accelerator DFS Lab has opened applications for its third startup bootcamp, which looks to identify and invest more than US$1 million in African startups. The event will be held in early December in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, with the entrepreneurs with the most innovative solutions receiving up to US$50,000 in funding and six months… Read More »

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Meet Electric jet startup that could become ‘Uber in the sky’

Eviation, a startup developing self-flying, electric passenger planes, was crowned the audience choice for the most promising startup at The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ D. Live technology conference Tuesday evening. The Israel based startup is hoping to build a company it describes as ‘Uber meets Tesla in the sky’ using self-piloting, lightweight, aircrafts that can… Read More »

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Genetic testing startup Prenetics Raises $40M in Series B Round

Genetic testing startup Prenetics, plans to expand into more Asian countries after raising a $40 million Series B led by Beyond Ventures and Alibaba Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund. The round also includes capital from Yuantai Investment Partners, mFund and eGarden Ventures, and brings Prenetics’ total raised so far to $50 million. The capital will be… Read More »

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AppDynamics Former CEO Jyoti Bansal is Building a New Startup

In January, Cisco bought app monitoring software company AppDynamics for $3.7 billion, one day before it was expected to go public. Now, AppDynamics founder Jyoti Bansal is working on a new start-up called Harness.io, CNBC has learned. Bansal was AppDynamics’ CEO for almost eight years before being replaced by former Adobe executive David Wadhwani in… Read More »

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