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Applications Open For Global Startup Awards Africa

Global Startup Awards Africa Winners 2022 at Gala dinner 14 June

 

Applications are now open for the Global Startup Awards Africa, which aims to give African startups global visibility and investment opportunities via the GIIG Africa Fund.

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The Global Startup Awards (GSA) – in partnership with the Global Innovation Initiative Group (GIIG) – returns to Africa for its 2023 edition of the African Startup Awards. The competition aims to find, recognise, network and accelerate future-shaping ideas with the potential to create positive change and improve the quality of life of Africans.

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GSA Africa is a continent-wide opportunity for SDG-aligned solutions with global relevance, focusing on agriculture, climate, commerce, education, healthcare, and mobility and logistics, among others, with particular interest in startups championing Web3 technologies, sustainable business models, green innovation, and diversity in the workplace.

The year-long competition will see entrants compete at a national level before vying for their spot as a regional finalist. Thereafter, the continent’s top innovators will gather in-person at the GSA Africa Summit in August 2023, for a two-day conference and gala dinner to convene, connect and celebrate Africa’s most innovative minds.

“Historically, Africa has had to battle against this narrative of the ‘Dark Continent’ – but if we learnt anything from last year’s competition, which gathered more than 7,000 entries – it’s that Africa is a continent brimming with world-class talent, with impact-driven ideas, and with ample opportunities to scale. We’re incredibly excited to spend this next season connecting with the next cohort of leaders in African innovation, and to support their growth with new opportunities for funding, access to market, and mentorship at a global level,” said Jo Griffiths, co-founder of GSA Africa.

Applications are open here until January 31, 2023.

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