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Ventures Platform launches Startup Nigeria 2019

Ventures Platform in Partnership with the National Social Investment Programme (N-SIP) has launched Startup African nation2019. A 3-month Incubation program designed to supply free entrepreneurship skills coaching, mentoring, and funding to assist Entrepreneurs and Innovators in African nation get the coaching, support, and access to capital they have to grow their startups.

Due to the success of Startup African nation 2018, Ventures Platform and also the National Social Investment Programme felt it had been imperative that a second Cohort was enforced – Startup African nation 2019. this point the program is acceptive applications from three zones – North Central, South East, and North West. it’llspecialise in multiple sectors of the economy. The program offers severaledges for all participants; one on one mentorship, opportunities to access funding Associate in Nursingd an immersive active approach to teaching entrepreneurial skills.

Last year, the centralized launched the primary cohort of Startup African nation. The incubation program was produceunderneath the National Social Investment Programme joined of the initiatives meantto contribute to the event of Nigeria’s Digital Economy and conjointlyfacilitatesolve the youth statedrawback by armament young innovative Nigerians with the talent sets that willfacilitate them create eminent startups.

Startup {nigeria|Nigeria|Federal Republic of African nation|African country|African nation} 2018 targeted on Agriculture and Governance within the North Central zone and Commerce and Finance within the South jap zone of Nigeria.

Aamorise, crystal rectifier by its founder Dr. Aamo Iroliam, emerged the winner for the North Central zone. Aamorise could be arhetorical startup that helps track activities on digital devices remotely. it’smeant to be employed in curtailing digitally motor-assisted crime like boko-haram and herdsmen clashes additionally to hacking and monetary crimes. The South East leg was won by House of Uwe net|an internet} craftlook that delivers quality and on-time craft service through its web platform. Its founder is Eberenna Collins; an onlinedeveloper and tailor.

You can participate during this year’s cohort by applying to http://www.startupnigeria.ng/ for an opportunity to access funding, training, and mentorship!