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UPDATED: African Startups That Will Participate in the Seedstar Global Competition

Seedstars World, the biggest startup competition focused only in emerging markets and fast-growing startup scenes has selected 17 startups across Africa to participate in its 5th Annual Seedstars competition in Switzerland next year.

The search for promising startups begun from Maputo (Mozambique) on 15th June and 10th December in Dar es Salaam (Tanzania). Each startup will represent its country in the finals come April 2019.

Before heading to Switzerland, all finalists are attending a 3-day Regional Summit in Tanzania from 11th to 13th Dec. Startups are participating a growth bootcamp where they will learn more about growth strategy and how to pitch. In addition the startups will also pitch to potential backers at an investor forum

They will then travel to Switzerland to meet other regional finalists from; Asia, Latin America, Middle East and North Africa (MENA), and ECA for a chance to compete for the global award, USD$500,000 in equity investment and some unique growth opportunities.

Selected startups range from AgricTech, FinTech, eCommerce, Ride-hailing, among others.

StartupCity, CountrySector
Rera OnlineHarare,  ZimbabweAgriTech
CowtribeAccra, GhanaAgriTech
BenefactorsKigali, RwandaFinTech
Agro Supply Uganda LimitedKampala, UgandaAgriTech
SudaPayDakar, SenegalCivic Tech
Labes Key – schoolapKinshasa, CongoEdTech
Bluewave Insurance Agency LimitedNairobi, KenyaFinTech
WenaDataMaputo, MozambiqueCivic Tech
Bandim OnlineBissau, Guinea-BissauAgriTech
KubingaLuanda, AngolaMobility
DropQueLagos, NigeriaEnterprise services/HR
HiFrancSandton, South AfricaFinTech
REMACotonou, BeninHealthTech
DioolDouala, CameroonFinTech
MyFoodnessGaborone, BotswanaFood and Beverage
Money FarmBakau, GambiaAgriculture Tech
NalaTanga, TanzaniaAgricTech

The Seedstars Africa Summit is designed to facilitate meaningful discussions about topics that range from the policies designed to support entrepreneurship in the country and the region to the success factors and improvement opportunities of the African tech scene.[related-posts]

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