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African female techpreneurs called to apply for GreenHouse Lab accelerator

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Female African entrepreneurs involved in the technology space can apply to be part of GreenHouse Lab, an acceleration program managed by Nigerian VC firm Venture Garden Group.

You have up to August 4 to apply. Apply here

The program is now in its second edition.

In the first round, AMPZ.tv, an online sports community, was the winner of the Demo Day, according to Disrupt Africa.

Entrepreneurs that qualify are mentored, connected to investors and offered business opportunities.

“Our mission through GreenHouse Lab is to build world-class, women-led technology companies by equipping entrepreneurs with the skills, resources, and support needed to rapidly grow and scale their companies in emerging African markets,” says GreenHouse Capital, a Fund under Venture Garden Group that runs the accelerator.

“We do this by helping start-ups validate their ideas, bring their products to market and ultimately, attract venture capital investment.”

According to Disrupt Africa, GreenHouse Capital “may offer a minimum of US$100,000 investment to startups that qualify and meet key investment criteria during the programme.”

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