Microsoft East Africa is looking for entrepreneurs to join its Microsoft’s #Insiders4Good East Africa Fellowship to help bring their ideas to life.
The 25 #Insiders4Good Fellows will receive Windows hardware and software during the 6-month mentorship program plus tailored technical and strategic mentorship from both local and international leaders to turn their ideas into reality and scale.
Microsoft Director of Software Engineering Bambo Sofola said, “Innovation is in the DNA of all Windows Insiders. We see East Africa as a key region where exciting new ideas are growing. We’ve been impressed and heartened by the progress made already by the first 25 #Insiders4Good Fellows in Nigeria, and we’re thrilled to expand the #Insiders4Good Fellowship into East Africa.”
Sofola added that Est Africa is well known as a hotbed of innovation and Microsoft aims to deepen its relationships with these exceptional entrepreneurs across East Africa and to support their goals.
Online applications to the program are still open till 31st March 2017 at 23.59 EAT. The initiative is a partnership between Microsoft and GrowthAfrica, designed to empower East African entrepreneurs with mentorship and technology, and amplify their voice through the Windows Insider Program.
Applicants can visit http://insiderfellows.com for full information and the application form.