While you were away the prize money for the winner of the upcoming TechCabal Battlefield Startup Competition got a push from the earlier $20,000 to $20,000, so this means you’ll have to work even more to win!
Bankole Oluwafemi, Editor at TechCabal, told us that this is by far and away the biggest startup prize up for grabs in Nigeria.
iROKING has added fuel to the TechCabal Battlefield grand prize by adding $10,000 to the then $10,000 for the winner. The initial $10,000 for the grand prize and $2,000 for the runner up had been given by Stanbic IBTC. This adds the total sum of the prize money to $22,000 and several other gifts to the a few participants.
“We believe that the Nigerian startup ecosystem is truly entering a new era of collaboration as we are seeing more local stakeholders come together to work for its advancement,’ said Oluwafemi. “In addition to the contributions of Stanbic IBTC and iROKING, TechCabal Battlefield is made possible by the support of homegrown startups including Jobberman, Konga, Capital Square and more.”
Please hurry, applications to the TechCabal Battlefield will close February 5, after which seven finalists who will proceed to the Battlefield Academy will be announced. The ultimate competition will take place February 19 before a panel of judges, an audience of techies and investors, as well as the rest of the world via livestream.