Here are the 11 startups that pitched at Seedstars Democratic Republic of Congo

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Seedstars World, the largest seed-stage startup competition for emerging markets and fast-growing startup scenes, has brought its pre-selection rounds to an end. With the support of the local host Ingenious City, Seedstars World will be holding a dynamic pitch event on the 21st of September, to choose the country’s Best Startup.

Besides representing Democratic Republic of Congo at the Seedstars Regional Summit, the winner will win an all-inclusive trip to Switzerland, to compete at the Seedstars Summit for the title of Seedstars Global Winner and up to USD one million in equity investments and other prizes.

Democratic Republic of Congo was previously represented by Youdee with their innovative solution to reliable online real estate platform that checks and rates dealers, and offers a tailored catalogue to customers.

The top startups to advance to the finals are:

 

offers a solution for the growth of cattle on farms in the DRC to reduce meat and milk deficiency.
Altech Group expands off- and poor-grid people’s access to clean energy in Africa’s biggest energy access market – the DRC.
makes it easy for hotels, restaurants and retail businesses to manage their businesses with our ERP software adapted to their needs.
EHE scientists have identified a 57% toxic gas concentration area where 3000 inhabitants reside.
Tap and Pay is a new ergonomic platform, revolutionary in the modernization of electronic payment via a magnetic card.
Hardware for digitizing bulletin boards in universities, churches, companies, … and mobile applications for remote access to information.
USB Charge Zone, a green energy solution for charging mobile devices for all at low cost.
have created schoolap.com to improve the quality of teaching via the internet by providing access to digital lessons.
works in partnership with education institution in order to provide qualified people to entreprises and particulars.
Bringing technology and analytics to the Congolese healthcare system