Unicorn Group launches the first Pan-African Incubation programme.

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The Unicorn Group has launched its fourth incubation program for African entrepreneurs.Unicorn Group, Africa’s leading incubator, is known for fostering investments in start-up and early-stage companies, as well as individual entrepreneurs, by offering a comprehensive set of services, including business advisory services, access to industry experts and mentors, management and leadership training, interactive workspaces, networking, and venture capital financing to companies in the technology and technology-enabled sectors across the continent.

This incubator program, termed the first “truly” Pan African program, will take place concurrently in six African countries: Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, and Egypt.Finalists from the catchment countries will be incubated in the Unicorn group’s facilities, while those from nearby countries will be able to participate remotely after prequalification.

The Unicorn Group is raising the bar in demonstrating its dedication to addressing the difficulties encountered by entrepreneurs, start-ups, and early-stage companies on the continent, having incubated over sixty (60) entrepreneurs.

Enrollment will begin on Wednesday, April 13th, 2022, and will end on May 1st, 2022.The incubation period will run from June 1, 2022 to August 26, 2022. (12weeks).

Applicants must demonstrate who they are, what they hope to gain from the program, and why they should be considered in their entries.

Unicorn Group is devoted to empowering the ecosystem of entrepreneurs with access to capital, training & education, world-class mentorship, and infrastructure support, among other things, as the number of companies with robust, diverse, and scalable business models rises.

Through the development of catalyst tools for regional and national economic development, the Unicorn Group contributes to Africa’s prosperity. 

It continues to foster innovation and empower entrepreneurs who defy the odds to identify and establish long-term, competitive businesses that help Africa grow.

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