Cohort 6] Standard Chartered Women in Technology Incubator Programme – Kenya


Deadline: 28-May-23

Applications are now open for the Standard Chartered Women in Technology Incubator, Africa’s leading incubator programme for female founded businesses, aligning with calls for more diversity in technology, entrepreneurship and for more opportunities for women to develop entrepreneurial and leadership excellence.

The program is an initiative of Standard Chartered in partnership with @iBizAfrica Centre, Strathmore University.

The program combines world class startup support with local and international experience to provide a holistic startup incubation program focusing on immersive learning, mentorship & coaching, seed financing and business to business linkages for high potential startups tackling the continent’s most relevant challenges.

Cohort 6 Theme: Embracing equity in women-led startups.

Benefits
12 weeks of an immersive learning experience
Access to a leading network of coaching experts
Access to B2B networking opportunities
Personalized mentorship sessions to address your unique business needs
Opportunity to join a supportive Women in Tech Alumni Network
KES 1,000,000 equity-free grant seed funding for the top five finalists
9 months ongoing support from Standard Chartered and @iBizAfrica to assist with the go-to market and scale for the top five finalists.

Eligibility Criteria
They are seeking to recruit the best entrepreneurial minds, women-led tech startups as key drivers of innovation in business.

The Eligibility criteria is as follows:The business must be based in Kenya i.e. be aligned with the needs of Kenyans and operating in KenyaThe company must be a tech-enabled and/or leveraging on emerging technologies, including but not limited to; Internet of Things (IoT); Artificial Intelligence; Robotics; Augmented & Virtual Reality; 3D & 4D Printing; Cloud Computing; Big Data; Blockchain; Drone Technology and Biometrics.The company must be founded or cofounded by a woman with an equal or majority stake.The founder or co founder must be over 18 years old and KenyanBusiness models must have a clear focus on sustainability and alignment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).3 months to less than 2 years of operations.Seeking support for proof of concept, customer, product and business model development.Pre-revenue with early traction (users).Post revenue is an added advantage, with the creation of a new business module.

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