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Cape Town based incubator and accelerator French South African Tech Labs (FSAT Labs) in partnership with the government’s Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda) has opened applications for the latest cohort of its six-month long incubation programme.
Applications close on 7 February and the cohort kicks off in March.
FSAT Labs aims to select between four to six startups every 6 months for its free accelerator programme, aimed at SA founders with businesses in the digital sector.
FSAT Labs is looking to select between four and six startups for its March 2020 cohort
Interested tech entrepreneurs will need to complete an application form online and build a pitch deck and email it to FSAT Labs.
FSAT Labs’ incubation programme aims to help the selected entrepreneurs turn their ideas into sustainable businesses and help participants to develop a minimum viable programme (MVP) that is built by in-house developers.
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