Nigerian startups invited to apply for $10k Pitch2Win challenge.

TechCircle Limited, in collaboration with SGgrow and SGverse, has launched Pitch2Win, an opportunity for innovative startups in the Web2 and Web3 space to showcase their groundbreaking ideas and vie for a chance to win a US$10,000 cash prize.

Pitch2Win serves as a platform for exceptional innovators to gain invaluable exposure, access potential investment opportunities, and receive coveted mentorship support. Through carefully curated pitch rounds, 10 selected startups will have the chance to present their innovations, demonstrate their products, and field questions from a panel of expert judges. 

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The top three startups from each sector will be given equity-free funding. The first-place winner will receive US$10,000, while the second and third place winners will be awarded US$5,000 and US$3,000 respectively. Attendees will have the opportunity to network, celebrate the successes of the startups, and connect with influential industry leaders and renowned experts.

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“By cultivating a native pitching platform, TechCircle Limited is committed to empowering local entrepreneurs in Nigeria, enabling them to develop scalable products and solutions that meet the unique needs of their communities, thus revolutionising the technology ecosystem not only in Nigeria but also on a global scale,” said Osita Nwoye, founder and executive director of TechCircle.

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Applications are open here until June 14.

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