90 Ugandan Startups Selected For The Startupper of the year Challenge

Ugandan startups are participating in the 3rd edition of the Startupper of the year Challenge by TotalEnergies for a chance to get support that includes financial aide, media visibility and coaching.

Ninety (90) Ugandan startups have been selected to participate in the 3rd edition of the Startupper of the year Challenge by TotalEnergies. The goal of the challenge is to support young African entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 35 where winning startups will receive financial support, media visibility, and mentorship/coaching.

Uganda is among the 32 African countries participating in the challenge. The startup founders applied in three categories; Best Business Creation, Best Startup under three years old, and Best Female Entrepreneur —and it is out of the 90 startups that only 3 startups will emerge as winners, one from each category. The best female entrepreneur will apply in one of the two categories. She will be able to receive a maximum of 2 prizes: a prize in her category, and the prize for the best female entrepreneur. The latter is determined according to her personality and her background.

Of the 90 startups, 62 startups are in the category of Best Business Creation, and 28 startups are in the category of Best Startup under three years old. The startups will be evaluated in three criteria: their response to the challenges of sustainable development, their innovative character, and their feasibility and development potential. The startups will present their projects in front of a jury of experts starting March 28th until April 15th, 2022 and the top 3 startups will be announced on April 18th, 2022.

Beyond the entrepreneurial spirit, the 3rd edition of the Startupper of the year Challenge by TotalEnergies reaffirms TotalEnergies’ commitment to supporting the socio-economic development of the countries in which the company operates in Africa. It contributes locally to strengthening the social fabric by supporting the most innovative entrepreneurs in the realization of their projects.

Shetechtive UgandaGlowish Vermicompost ProjectGiGs Mobile ApplicationSocial WorksBiodegradable bioplastic bags
AgriCycle UgandaMother Support FoundationThermoelectric Solar CoolerEgality Development Hub SMCLTDAgro-Impetus Africa
eGRiD UGANDAZoecoPatapiaFLEEK-FleetKernelAir fruits and vegetable drier
SportriseEssymart AfricaBiha Eco VentureCAYGU National SACCOEcofert
TujariSafe Delivery KitsGewuza FoundationNanny A Day UGWomen Economic Empowerment UG
Eone StovesSmart DustbinVitex-Medical Assistant ToolReduce food wastage in markets 

Luuk Water Dispenser Services

Uganics Reppelents LtdScaling PathwaysMungwe Tea EstatesTekart learningPads For Her (Wabibi Pads)
Startup GarageThe PearlPack Reusable bagGarage YOSkills4LivingAFRITYRE
Chapili AppMENGISparkle Agro BrandsSUSTAINABLE AGRI-FOOD SYSTEMNachoti Clean Stoves
Charge KoKanga-CareRabbiTech Mobile AppKaCyber Digital TicketingGuy Wange App (Services),
Jangu TusomeWEYE Clean Energy Company LtdHealth Shore InternationalEco-prenuershipWonderbags Enterprise
Girl Child EmpowermentPad Every GirlYapheh SalonsAGRI WEALTHMo-Access Finance (MoA)
Kampala Legal InsightsActive Living (U) LtdGrey ArmourAkaro clean firestarterClimate Smart Urban Farming
AkanetSolar Power UV-Biosand FilterGirls with Tools Training CenterSiima DollsMULIMI Crop Covers
Cheap Build LtdWol-e-SomaKampala Starts HereBiomass to Clean EnergyImproved Solar Dryer
AgrikataleMelek ConstructGERIS Agri-SolutionsByPassGreen Shero
NutriPosh ProjectPayelight EnergyEcoplastile LimitedRobot bag for the deafECOPICK
Trillion Looks StoreMud CityCOMZINE – Waste2valueSOLOKU FARMLINK LTDHealthcare Waste Management


Joan Banura

Joan Banura is an aspiring journalist with a passion for all things tech. She is committed to providing insightful and thought-provoking content that keeps our readers informed and engaged.
Back to top button
PC Tech Magazine

Adblock Detected

Please disable your adblocker to continue accessing this site.