Are you ready to start your journey?
The business must be based in Kenya i.e. be aligned with the needs of Kenyans and operating in Kenya
The 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 Kenyan
Business 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.
Companies solving for any of the 17 SDGs with operations within, but not limited to the following sectors are eligible to apply for the programme;
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.
Terms and Condition
Successful completion of the Women in Tech Virtual Incubation Program is compulsory. If a physical meetup is necessary, government regulations on COVID-19 health measures MUST be observed.
Deadline: 15th December 2020