Apply: Wise Guys SAAS Africa Startup Accelerator Program 2022.

Wise Guys SaaS Africa is an 8 months long acceleration program combining online modules with local and international experts and mentors.

There are four key focus areas on which selected applicants will work including:

  • Company building
  • Sales and marketing
  • Fundraising and Pitching
  • Product building.


  • Up to €65K investment for up to 12% equity (48K cash + 17K program) with a follow-on possibility.
  • Benefit from meeting top-notch industry experts: 250+ mentors, 200+ investors, and 500+ alumni.
  • Join their intensive 5-month startup accelerator program power-packed with cutting-edge industry knowledge and expertise.
  • Accelerate your growth after the acceleration program with the 1:1 support to boost sales, new market entry, and partnerships.
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  • Open to East- and West-African early-stage digital B2B SaaS startups;
  • Have initial traction, solid team, and a focus on one of these areas: FinTech, agriTech, EdTech, CleanTech, HealthTechand RetailTech.
  • Have at least a working MVP;
  • At least 2 co-founders/team members;
  • Initial customer traction, MRR or revenues;
  • Scaling potential across the African continent.
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How To Apply

Your application will be reviewed in 1-2 weeks and you will receive a message on Dealum platform.

Click Here To Apply. Application closes January 12, 2022.

Source: techawkng

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