After the application process for the 4th generation Start-Up Chile Seed which took place in July, Kenya’s Ghalani and Nigeria’s Curacel Health are among 30 young startups that have been chosen to be part of the flagship entrepreneurial program of the Chilean government.
The two will join the rest in the 4th generation program on October 3rd 2016. As a requirement, entrepreneurs must remain in the country for the duration of the program (3 months).
The startups will also have the chance to apply to Start-Up Chile Seed that offers CLP 20 million (approximately USD 30,000) to companies with at least a validated prototype.
Ghalani is a mobile and web-based farm management system designed to aid large scale farmers and farm aggregators increase production. Our farm management software helps them to organise, manage and monitor farm activities, farmers, inventory and finances. We focus on coordinating all activities that improve farming.
Curacel-Health is an affordable and easy to use electronic health information management system for clinics in developing countries. It is a web application that helps clinics transform their paper records into digital form, manage their records, appointments, patient communications, billing and reporting with an easy to use dashboard.
The acceleration program from the Chilean Government has opened its application, running from August 17 until September 7 and startups from all over the world with less than 2 years of existence are eligible to be part of the program and receive USD30,000.