AgroCenta CEO on the challenges of entrepreneurship in Ghana

Winning the vote of the entire jury, AgroCenta from Ghana was crowned the Seedstars Global Winner of the 5th edition of Se...

Dream job? What it’s really like to work in 15 countries

Last year I joined Seedstars, an organization with the mission to impact people’s lives in emerging markets and activities...

Future bright as african tech startup funding grows

Africa has long lagged behind the rest of the world when it comes to investment, even in the continent’s most exciting tec...

Alumni interview #4: how Redoxigen (Panama) raised $1 million in seed round

Redoxigen is our incredible winner of Seedstars Panama 2016 and participated in Seedstars Summit 2017.

How cloud computing is contributing to the exponential growth of tech in emerging markets

After many years of hype and speculations, interest in cloud computing is at an all-time high, as economies throughout the...

What to expect for renewable energy in Africa for 2018?

With an estimated two-thirds of the African continent with little or no access to electricity, there exists a great need f...

The role of storytelling in propelling Jamaican entrepreneurs and their businesses

The introverted tech entrepreneur standing against the wall is eyeing a bigwig telecommunications executive from across th...

Counterfeit medication: a global issue

“In the mid-2000s, Myanmar saw between 500,000 and 600,000 cases of malaria every year.

Alumni interview #2: how Treepex hacked the system with a fake product announcement

Treepex is our amazing finalist of Seedstars Georgia 2017.

Lessons in perseverance from CEOs who started at the bottom

Working as a tech entrepreneur proves that achieving success takes diligence and perseverance.

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