Seedstars recently announces that it would launch a $100-million fund to invest in African startups in collaboration with Paris based First Growth Ventures.
Argentinian edtech startup Blended has been crowned 2019 Seedstars Global Winner at an awards ceremony in Lausanne, Switzerland on Friday evening (5 April) and walks away with up to $500 000 in equity investment.
Seedstars World, the biggest startup competition focusing on emerging markets and fast-growing startup scenes, held its grand finale with the sixth edition of the Global Seedstars Summit.
A partir del 3 de mayo de 2019, Seedstars arriba a Lima con un fondo de US$ 500,000 para emprendedores peruanos que pasen por su programa Investment Readiness Program (IRP)
Seedstars toured over 80+ cities globally in search for promising startups to compete in their 2019 global competition.
Many parts of the Middle East and North African (MENA) region continue to struggle to delivery quality education to their diverse populations.
Seedstars has announced that it would launch a $100-million fund to invest in African startups in collaboration with New York based First Growth Ventures.
While the media has a role to play in uniting the continent’s fragmented tech startup scene, it also has a duty to perform the role of a watchdog, argues Burn Media founder and publisher of Ventureburn, Matthew Buckland.
Last year, the seedstar team toured 20 African cities in search for promising startups to compete at the Seedstar Global Competition; the biggest startup competition focused only in emerging markets and fast-growing startup scenes.
Twenty-one African startups are getting ready to jet off to Switzerland to attend the annual Seedstars World summit — the culmination of one of the largest emerging markets startup competitions of its kind.