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Meet the 10 Egyptian startups that pitched at MINT Incubator demo day

Cairo Angels, which invests in and supports startups across the Middle East and Africa, and EGBank launched a startup incubator in Egypt – MINT Incubator. The MINT Incubator is designed to support startups “with no strings attached,” as EG Bank’s website describes. The programme is an intensive three month incubation process that is designed for businesses that already have a product, and… Read More »

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Google Introduces Launchpad Accelerator For AI, ML Startups In India

On Tuesday, Google India announced a new mentorship program, Launchpad Accelerator India, for startups using machine learning/ artificial intelligence “to build solutions for India’s local needs.” The three-month accelerator programme will help grow the AI and ML ecosystem in India by helping Indian startups build scalable solutions problems specific to the country. Applications are currently open until… Read More »

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Fintech Europe Selects Nine Startups for its Inaugural Batch

Fintech Europe, Plug and Play’s newest innovation platform, based out of Frankfurt, Germany, announced today the nine startups selected for its first batch. With Deutsche Bank and TechQuartier as the founding partners, this platform aims to create a multi-corporate Fintech program, running two 12-week accelerator batches a year. Fintech Europe aims to facilitate pilots, POCs, and… Read More »

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Nigerian logistics startup Kobo360 accepted into YC

Kobo360, a Nigerian-based logistics startup that helps both individuals and SMEs deliver goods to both local and international locations, has been accepted into YC’s Summer ’18 batch —and is scheduled to present at an August Demo Day in front of YC Investors In addition, the startup has Received $120K for 7 percent equity. Kobo360 was founded by former Director of… Read More »

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India Accelerator Selects Six Startups For Its Second Cohort

India Accelerator a launch pad for early age technology startups in association with Global Accelerator Network (GAN) has shortlisted six startups for its second batch of accelerator programme. The startups selected from over 200 applicants will get expert mentorship and other facilities throughout the programme. India Accelerator will also be investing $150K in the selected… Read More »

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Kenyan e-health startup wins Merck Accelerator Nairobi bootcamp

Respiratory illness diagnostic tool Tambua Intelligent Diagnostics has been named winner of the Merck Accelerator Nairobi Satellite Programme, receiving a US$3,000 cash prize and a trip to Merck’s Germany-based Innovation Centre. The Merck Accelerator Nairobi Satellite Programme, hosted in partnership with Mettā Nairobi, saw 10 startups take part in a four-day coaching and mentoring bootcamp… Read More »

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Samsung spins out three startups from its C-Lab incubator project

In 2012, Samsung launched C-Lab an in-house startup incubator program to assist Samsung’s employees with resources to develop their business ideas into products. As ideas turn into concrete products, C-Lab spins off these projects into fully-fledged start-ups. Since the launch of C-Lab spin-off policy in 2015, dozens of C-Lab projects have turned into startups and… Read More »

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Ride-hailing firm Grab launches new venture ‘Grab Ventures’ To Discover And Develop Tech Startups In SEA

Grab, the ride-hailing firm that has dominated Southeast Asia online-to-offline platform for transport, food delivery, and mobile payment business has launched an innovation arm, Grab Ventures, aimed at discovering and supporting the next generation of leaders in tech. Grab Ventures will seek to partner 8-10 growth-stage startups over the next 24 months, with focus on… Read More »

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