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Based in Kigali, Rwanda, and brought to us by Tigo and Millicom, the Think tech incubator has now opened its doors and is looking for savvy entrepreneurs to fill its office space.
Selected tech entrepreneurs from across the African continent will undergo a six-month incubation programme that would support the startups in developing their digital solutions.
Tigo Rwanda General Manager, Tongai Maramba says, “We are excited to welcome the first batch of talented entrepreneurs at Think. We are calling on tech entrepreneurs across the continent with solid ideas for digital innovation for Africa. Tigo is looking forward to invest in their skills and ingenuity.”
The incubator is located in Gasabo district, City of Kigali and will house up to five applicants/teams with higher potential will be selected by a competitive selection process. For more information about the sign-up process see the Think website.
Rwanda’s Minister for Youth and ICT, Jean-Philbert Nsengimana added, “Rwanda is becoming a hub for technology innovations, and Think is a great addition to our vibrant ecosystem. We cannot wait to see the next Africa startups bourgeoning from Rwanda.”
Tigo will provide selected entrepreneurs with seed financing, structured training and coaching programmes, as well as access to technical resources for product testing and trials, and support in accessing outside investors and customers. Tigo has potential access to over 50-million current customers.