Caribou Digital’s DFS Lab to grant $100k into fintech entrepreneurs in Africa

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5 day bootcamp in Dar es Salam, Tanzania from Sunday, October 23, 2016 to Saturday, October 28, 2016.

The one week bootcamp is targeting startups serving low-income consumers who believe they have what it takes or are interested in launching a developing world fintech startup.

The Caribou Digital’s DFS Lab 1-week bootcamp in Dar es Salaam will see top experts attend to mentor the startups who could end up winning 6-months support  and cash money for their concept.

 DFS Lab strive to create innovations that bring households in developing countries from the cash economy into the digital financial realm and give them tools to improve their lives.

Using the Design Sprint Methodology, a process of structured brainstorming for answering critical business questions, entrepreneurs will go through a five day workshop to design, prototype and test new ideas. By creating quick prototypes, you can get actual feedback and see if there’s a real potential for the solution you’ve created.

This high-intensity program provides you with the very best hands-on support, guidance and mentoring to help bring your idea to life. The best ideas will receive grant funding of up to USD $100K and 6 months of additional support from the DFS Lab.

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