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Startup incubator WECREATE set to launch in Nairobi tomorrow

Women’s Entrepreneurial Centers of Resources, Education, Access, and Training for Economic Empowerment (WECREATE) will hold its public launch in Nairobi, Kenya today to open its doors to as many women entrepreneurs as possible. Supported by the U.S. Department of State to empower women and promote entrepreneurship globally, WECREATE|KENYA Center is one of the three centers announced… Read More »

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Kenya’s Incubator NAILAB Stages First Ever VC Carousel

On Wednesday, Kenyan-based business incubator Nailab held its first ever VC carousel in a bid to create a direct link between startups to investors. The first of its kind among local incubators and accelerators, the carousel saw entrepreneurs who have gone through the Nailab incubation program, from season 3 through to season 6 and are… Read More »

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Samsung partners with startup accelerator program 88mph

On Wednesday, the 3-month startup accelerator program 88mph entered into a partnership with Samsung Electronics Africa to provide three lucky startups with a possible placement on the Built For Africa App store, and the potential to be pre-loaded on millions of smartphones across Africa. “88mph is extremely excited about partnering with a company like Samsung, and… Read More »

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BlackBerry offers boost to SA app innovation

With an aim of stimulating innovation and entrepreneurship in South Africa, Smartphone maker BlackBerry has launched its third mobile applications (apps) lab in the country. The new lab is based in Johannesburg at JoziHub, will provide a platform for aspiring students and developers. The BlackBerry apps lab is aimed at helping to accelerate mobile application… Read More »

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Nokia, World Bank announce collaboration on innovation hubs across Africa, Asia and Latin America

Nokia, AppCampus, and infoDev, a global innovation program of the World Bank, today announced collaboration with mobile innovation hubs across Africa, Asia and Latin America. The move will empower these hubs to act as scouts and agents for local talent, fast-tracking their access to AppCampus funding. AppCampus, a mobile application accelerator program, was established in… Read More »

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Acceletrator Spotlight: 88MPH

We had a chance to talk to Katie Sorro program manager of 88MPH about the wonderful work they are doing of helping African Startups get a footing in the competitive world of business. Take a look at our Q&A session. Tell us more about 88MPH Our accelerator program accepts ten to twelve, for a three-month… Read More »

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