Seedstars to expand local bootcamps, add more benefits in 2019 competition

Seedstars World, one of the largest startup competitions for emerging markets, returns next month to Africa for the seventh time...

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR THE SEEDSTARS WORLD COMPETITION FOR STARTUPS

From June, hundreds of Africa’s best seed-stage startups will participate in bootcamps and pitch competitions to represent their country at the Global Seedstars Summit in Switzerland.

Seedstars launches incubation programme in Ivory Coast

Seedstars, which concluded its latest global startups competition last month, has been expanding operations in recent years, launching Seedspace hubs across the continent and launching its own venture fund.

Seeking promising start-ups

Local recycling company RecyGlo last week emerged as the winner of the Seedstars world competition in Yangon.

EIT Climate-KIC Spark! talk with Alisée de Tonnac, Seedstars World

Alisée de Tonnac is CEO and Co-Founder of Seedstars World, a global start-up competition aiming to impact people’s lives in emerging markets through technology and entrepreneurship.

RecyGlo wins Seedstars Yangon 2019, to represent Myanmar at Seedstars World

RecyGlo, a Yangon-based startup that offers recycling waste management solutions for business and households, has been named the winner of Seedstars Yangon 2019

Seedstars Announce 2019 Tour Dates, Schedules Kampala for Oct. 18th

Seedstars Announce 2019 Tour Dates, Schedules Kampala for Oct. 18th

“Seedstars is recognised worldwide as a quality label”

Seedstars’ co-founder Pierre-Alain Masson is convinced that Switzerland needs to become more involved in the emerging markets in order to ensure future success.

Myanmar: A burgeoning entrepreneurial ecosystem

A bit more than a decade ago, buying a cellular SIM card in Myanmar cost US$3,000 in 2001 and $250 in 2013.

Here’s what you should know about Seedstars’ $100-million fund for African startups [Q&A]

Emerging markets startup competition Seedstars earlier this month announced it would launch a $100-million fund to invest in African startups in collaboration with Paris based First Growth Ventures.

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