Injini, an African EdTech Incubator, is offering an equity investment opportunity to EdTech start-ups through its Cohort 3 programme. This will be Africa’s first EdTech-Dedicated Incubation and Seed Investment Programme.
Hence, applications are open to non-profit and for-profit EdTech start-ups and the programme will launch in May 2019.
Injini will select eight start-ups, invest in, support and help them scale across the continent. They will join the programme for four months during which Injini will incubate them through workshops, mentoring, networking, technology, research and dedicated support.
Each start-up will be eligible for a $7,500, after which they will compete for follow-on equity investment of up to $75,000 for each start-up.
Interested applicants, from all African countries, should apply here.
Deadline: Sunday, March 17, 2019
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