Following the call for application, 200 Nigerian startups have been selected for the inaugural Forbes Digital Startup Accelerator Program which is hosted by Forbes8 and powered by the Global Startup Ecosystem.
The 200 startups to participate in the Digital Startup Accelerator Program were chosen from over 5000 submissions and the program is expected to take place between June 2nd and June 26th.
Among the top Nigerian startups joining the Program are Publiseer, Gricd, Neohaul Technologies, Bamboo, Vinsighte, PalmPay, and Anergy among others. Click here for the full names of selected startups.
The top 10 founders with the most votes will be featured at the Forbes Nigeria Summit and will pitch to the Forbes team and global digital audience. You can vote for founders here.
The Forbes Digital Startup Accelerator (Nigeria Edition) program is a sponsored 4-week digital training to help businesses build and scale their companies for the future.
Forbes and the Global Startup Ecosystem teamed up to galvanize experienced Nigerian companies ready to scale and opened the application to all small businesses, startups, and freelancers.
The program is free, with no equity ask and no obligation. Accepted companies will have access to $100k in free credits and perks from AWS, Google Cloud, and IBM Cloud
Forbes Magazine is an iconic brand that has graced our business culture for over a century (since 1917).
Forbes recently launched Forbes8 – a Netflix for entrepreneurs community platform to provide access to its top business mogul community so we can show you “how to make it” and thrive as a business pioneer today.
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