Seedstars Responds to the Outbreak of COVID-19

As the world seems to be put on hold, I am amazed to witness the resilience of our community and its ability to put forwar...

An equal world is an enabled world. Seedstars celebrating International Women’s Day

“An equal world is an enabled world” - this is the slogan of this year’s celebration of International Women’s Day.

Seedstars Global Winners from 2014 to 2020: How Are They Doing Today?

ach year, at the global Seedtars Summit, we reveal the name of one startup that went through all the stages of the Seedsta...

The Investment Readiness Program Launches a New Format in January 2020

As of the new year, the Investment Readiness Program will shift to a new format based on short modules at the starting pri...

Open Call: Migration Entrepreneurship Prize for Startups Working to Reduce Vulnerability of Migrants in MENA and Africa

This 1st December, the Human Security Division of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs together with Seedstars ...

Corporates and Startups in Morocco: Worlds Apart or a Match Made in Heaven?

We travelled to Morocco at the beginning of July 2019 to conduct further research on the Moroccan entrepreneurial ecosyste...

How Ten Colombian Startups Are Preparing Expansion to Mexico and Peru

The exploratory mission is part of the International Expansion program conducted by Seedstars and Apps.co in Colombia.

New Online Training by Seedstars: Key Business Metrics for Seed Stage Startups

Seedstars is delighted to announce the launch of a new six-weeks training dedicated to seed stage startups who are interes...

Migrant Workers: Four Ideas On How Technology Can Support Skills Mobility

“Migration is an expression of the human aspiration for dignity, safety and a better future. It is part of the social fabr...

Global Prize for Ventures Working in Digital Access: the ICT Accessibility Award by Mada & Seedstars

This September, Seedstars has partnered with Mada, a leading non-profit organization based in Qatar that works in the fiel...

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