Harvard Innovation Labs and Amazon Web Services have selected 12 African student-led startups for the inaugural NextGen Accelerator.
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Visa Africa FinTech Accelerator, Bank of America Breakthrough Lab, Google Black Founders Fund, African FinTech Foundry, ARM Labs Techstars Lagos Program, AWS FinTech Africa Accelerator.
The 6-month accelerator program offers early-stage startups from underrepresented communities a platform to scale their business model, establish industry connections and pursue funding.
Some female-focused accelerator programs for African founders include GreenHouse Lab, SHEBA, I’M IN Accelerator, Grindstone X Programme and The Women Entrepreneurship for Africa (WE4A) program.
The program includes hands-on learning in business development, fundraising, product development, pitching, and even access to the digital marketing expertise of Aleph Group
This cohort is focused on empowering startups in Ghana that are providing solutions that use technology to drive transformational change to create a more sustainable future for all.