In recent years African startups have taken home a string of prizes from Swiss-based Seedstars, one of the world’s leading startup competitions.
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.
This quote from Eleonor Roosevelt could not better illustrate the excitement I felt when interviewing Alisée de Tonnac, the CEO and co-founder of Seedstars World.
The GSMA Ecosystem Accelerator team was invited to attend the sixth annual Private Investor Forum at the Seedstars Global Summit, in Lausanne on 4 and 5 April 2019.
Seedstars recently announces that it would launch a $100-million fund to invest in African startups in collaboration with Paris based First Growth Ventures.
Lausana, Suiza.- ¿Quién dice que en América Latina no hay talento?
At the Seedstars Summit more than 1200 people from over 75 countries will come together in Lausanne on 5 April.
Alisée de Tonnac, the CEO and co-founder of Seedstars World, is on a mission to impact the developing world.
This year’s Seedstars Summit will focus on five key industries - finance, healthcare, education, agriculture and energy to address the global challenges and find efficient tech solutions for each sector.
Expecting over 1,200 entrepreneurs, tech specialists and investors in attendance, it will be at the start of April that the much anticipated Seedstars Summit 2019 descends upon the heart of Europe in Lausanne, Switzerland.