Mercy Corps Ventures (MCV) in partnership with GreenHouse Capital has launched a 3-day virtual investment readiness program for early-stage female-founded startups operating out of Francophone Africa.

Founded in 2014, GreenHouse Capital (GHC) is a leading African fintech investment fund and platform focused on supporting early-stage companies and world-class emerging market entrepreneurs building the next wave of innovative technology companies.

GHC is Africa’s largest fintech fund by portfolio size and has invested in leading companies like Flutterwave, Max, and Wallets. GHC believes in “founders backing founders” and is home to Africa’s leading accelerator programs for women-led and fintech startups.

Mercy Corps Ventures is an impact-first investment fund focusing on tech-enabled solutions for climate resilience and financial inclusion.

Recognising the importance of female-led startups in solving society’s pressing challenges, Mercy Corp is working to support those female founders in the ecosystem who have ambitions to scale and could benefit from its support and/or investment.

The bootcamp will run between March 29th and March 31st featuring a deal day session on the last day of the program bringing global and local investors to meet the startups.

Over the course of the 3-day workshop, founders will receive training in key modules including Business Strategy and Sales, People Operations, Growth Market Research, Finance, Storytelling and Pitch Practice.

Click here to apply to be a part of the program.

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