Namibia-based tech startups have until Sunday, November 30 to apply for the Windhoek leg of the global US$500,000 Seedstars World competition.
Seedstars is partnering with the Swiss Association for Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets (SAFEEM) and GIZ in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development.
Alisée de Tonnac started out as a product manager for a big cosmetics company, but the French-born social entrepreneur soon realized she wanted to do a job with more impact.
Glocaltravel.io, with Africabookings.com who aims to be the largest provider of live inventory and bookings for a range of accommodation options across the continent, has been named “Best Startup in Zimbabwe” for its innovative sustainable solution.
Seedstars World, is coming to Zambia for the first time.
Ed-tech startup iStudy has been named winner of the Libyan event of the global Seedstars World competition
Seedstars World, a Swiss-based startup competition in emerging markets, and the African Development Bank have announced a strategic partnership...
The African Development Bank has announced strategic partnership with a Swiss-based start-up Seedstars World recently.
Up to 10 seed-stage startups in Nigeria will have a chance to compete in representing the country at the Global Seedstars Summit in Switzerland, where the winner stands to win up to $500,000 in equity investments and other prizes.
Seedstars has become a mainstay in Zimbabwe and this coming Friday they’ll be hosting their 4th pitching competition at Impact Hub in the capital.