Being an entrepreneur is like being an athlete: running up and down the field, back and forth to exhaustion, trying to not simply be a player, but central to winning the game.
They will be the one who will demonstrate the greatest initiative, have the most insight, show amazing foresight, and be the most opportunistic to ensure that they’re in the right place at the right time – regardless of the obstacles, challenges, or difficulties – and ultimately put themselves in the precise position to “be where the ball will fall”.
During this interactive online event by Founder Institute Ghana (FI Ghana – fi.co/ghana) you can watch presentations from promising pre-seed startups amongst the graduates of the FI Ghana Class of ‘Fall 21, and hear from Keynote Speaker Kofi Dadzie, Co-Founder & Former CEO of global Ghanaian software company, Rancard, about how entrepreneurs can position their startups to be where the ball of opportunity will fall.
In addition, there will be the opportunity to learn more about the FI program and how to join the Class of ‘Fall 22, there’ll also be a networking session to connect with our graduates, mentors, investors, advisors and executives in attendance.
The FI Ghana ‘Fall 22 program commences on Wednesday, August 31, 2022, with the early admissions deadline being Saturday, May 29, and the final deadline for applications closing on Sunday, August 21, 2022.
The Founder Institute Ghana virtual accelerator program is open to all aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs in Ghana and around the world looking to build solutions for Ghana and Africa’s future will have the opportunity to:
Get constant training, support, feedback and regular office hours with 50+ Mentors, investors, and experts in Ghana and globally.
Make quick progress on their business using a proven, structured process to get to traction and funding that has helped alumni build great products and raise over $1bn in funding.
Get fast-tracked to a suite of post-programs, including Founder Lab, to continue getting expert support for years to come.
Expand their support network to include startup founders, CEOs, and investors from the Founder Institute’s global network of 5000+ alumni and 18,000+ mentors across 220+ cities.