Founders Factory Africa is now accepting applications from startups working on health and fintech solutions for its accelerator programme.
Startups that will apply will be connected to the programme’s corporate partners.
Founders Factory, which launched in Africa in 2018, plans to design, build and scale 140 disruptive tech startups across Africa over the next five years.
It is doing this alongside Standard Bank and Netcare.
This accelerator programme will offer e-health and fintech companies access to a team of more than 50 technical specialists and operators, according to an official statement.
“The invaluable partnership and commitment from our corporate investors, Standard Bank and Netcare, and the ‘unfair advantage’ they offer, unlock critical barriers to scale that startups often face,” Founders Factory Africa said, according to Disrupt Africa.
“These include, but are not limited to, exclusive access to their distribution channels, sector expertise, customer acquisition, pilot opportunities, data and IP.”
Applications are open here.