Ghana’s leading Tech and Startup hub, iSpace Foundation has joined in to amplify Injini’s call for Ed-Tech Startups (Education Technology oriented Startups) to call for entries into the 2018 incubator programme.
Interested entrepreneurs has until 3 April to sign up onto programme which is expected to run from July to December 2018.
Injini’s has also put up to USD 50,000 in financial aid for grabs by the worthy Ed-Tech Starup(s) that signs up
Injini is the first Ed-Tech dedicated incubator programme on the African continent.
According to the Injini, they provide the rare opportunity for Ed-Tech entrepreneurs based anywhere in Africa to get industry specialist mentoring, support, scale up and funding introductions, and early stage funding
About the Program
The programme seeks to explore and find ideas that scale rapidly to solve Africa’s education problems and seize its opportunities through innovation and use of modern technologies.
Anyone from, based in or focused on any African country in the space of Ed-Tech can therefore apply for the programma
Travel and Allowance
According to the team, they are determined to ensure cost is no barrier to joining the programme and have put measures in place to cover the full cost of travel to and from Cape Town for all entrepreneurs and teams.
According to a statement on their website, Injini will also pay stipends, cover accommodation for those that may require it as well.
This and many more goodies await the brilliant minds and daring startups that will seek to change Africa’s education narrative through this programme.
Interested applicants can click here to apply at Injini’s official page.