The Next Health Accelerator program is offering a 6 month of opportunity for selected African startups.
The program is a health innovation accelerator by Intrepid Entrepreneurs.
Selected startups will acquire network access, product development and network access and market acquisition.
The program aims to support selected startups to achieve product adoption, regional expansion and value chain integration.
The next Health Accelerator program is transforming the African healthcare system with an initial focus on self-care (reproductive and sexual).
The program would select the best African innovators, supporting them in refining their products while connecting them to top organizations across the continent to increase their value chain.
Intrepid Entrepreneurs aims to drive promising young people and women in advancing their respective societies.
Benefits of participation
Selected startup in the acceleration phase will receive USD 15,000 each to drive validation for either an improved or new version of its products and services to increase their customer base.
Support in marketing, technology and entrepreneurship will be provided for selected startups.
This will assist them in combating some potential challenges encountered on an entrepreneurial journey.
Access to networks
Next Health Accelerator program has created a viable network of partners that are ready to adopt products from the accelerated startups. This offer is a non-monetary investment.
The program will provide startups with access to experts, mentors and experts across all related fields.
They will be recruited from global groups of entrepreneurs, investors, health experts and top company executives.
Other benefits of participating in the program include access to discounted or free tools including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Notion and others that will be later added.
How to apply
African entrepreneur, then go ahead to apply here. The deadline for application is Sunday, February 14, 2021
Don’t miss important articles during the week. Subscribe to techbuild.africa weekly digest for updates.