The Investment Readiness Program by Seedstars Starts in Six More Locations

Yangon, Nur-Sultan, Bogota, Medellin, Lima and Mexico City are the new locations where the much anticipated Investment Rea...

Seedstars Joins Forces with the GSMA and DFAT to Support Entrepreneurship in Papua New Guinea and Samoa

We are excited to announce that this year, Seedstars will extend its world-wide competition to Papua New Guinea and Samoa,...

Iyeza Health: Beyond Delivering Medication in South Africa

“Selling medical products is not like selling popcorn”, - jokes our next hero, Sizwe Nzima, CEO and Co-Founder of Iyeza He...

Kazakhstan: Seedspace Nur-Sultan is the Newest Entrepreneurship Hub by Seedstars

Seedstars is happy to confirm the opening of its new entrepreneurship hub in Kazakhstan, Seedspace Nur-Sultan, in collabor...

Casablanca: Seedstars Announces Its First Hub in Morocco in Partnership with Kowork

Seedstars and Kowork are happy to announce the opening of their new entrepreneurship hub, Seedspace Casablanca.

Seedspace awarded with WorldBlu Freedom-Centered Cultures 2019

We are so happy to announce that Seedspace, our global network of entrepreneurship hubs, has just been selected for the an...

Medsaf: Building the Future of Pharmaceutical Procurement in Africa

What is the value of a pill? Life. Medsaf, a medication marketplace for hospitals and pharmacies, makes sure that people i...

Seedstars Announces the Launch of a New Program Tailored for Startups: the Investment Readiness Program

Committed to serving the entrepreneurs and startups from emerging markets, Seedstars has designed a brand new program with...

Yangon, Myanmar: Seedstars announces its first hub in Southeast Asia

Seedstars is happy to announce the opening of its first entrepreneurship hub in Myanmar in collaboration with Thura Swiss ...

How South African Startups Are Solving Informal Sector Problems [Opinion]

A valid criticism of the country’s nascent startup scene is that the businesses that are being created are just thoroughly...

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