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  • ‘Seedstars not just another pitching competition’ – Africa regional manager

    Seedstars is not just "another pitching competition" for startups, says the Swiss organisation's regional manager for Africa Claudia Makadristo. "We are at the core an investment company, so we have three focuses, to promote, to connect and actually to invest. But the main objective of what Seedstars wants to be and is, it’s an actual investment company," she stressed. Speaking to Ventureburn on the sidelines of the Seedstars Africa regional summit on Thurday (14 December) in Maputo, Mozambique, she said the pitching competition "serves as a vehicle and a platform to scout for these entrepreneurs in a more efficient and fast way". The event, which...

  • Kasha comes out tops at Seedstars Rwanda

    Women's health startup, Kasha has won the Rwandan round of the Seedstars World competition and will go on to represent the nation in the finals. The final pitching competition will take place at the Seedstars Summit in Switzerland. Here, they will compete with the other winners to win up to US$1-million in equity investment. The Rwandan winner, Kasha is a startup which delivers female health products through their accessible retail mobile platform. They took the crown for Best Startup due to their online and offline solution. "Kasha exists because women are the biggest business opportunity and the way women access health products today is an...

  • 30 brilliant African tech startups

    The methodology behind this list of startups had two simple directives. First, the startup had to have African roots and secondly it had to be brilliant. More specifically, we were looking for that type of brilliance that exudes intelligence, talent, quality or simply, something fresh. Of course brilliance, like most things in life, is subjective, so we went into this journey with an open mind. Tabula rasa if you will and we hoped to recognise brilliance when we saw it. We did, over and over again. Why did we focus on Africa? The continent’s one-billion people are coming online and 600-million...

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