Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders Africa Program for women-led tech startups

Application Deadline: February 20th, 2023 Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders is designed to bring the best of Google’s expertise, products, people and technology to women-led tech startups up to Series A stage, based in Africa or building Africa-centered solutions with technology. The program includes content and mentorship tailored to the unique needs of women founders and opportunities to network with Google for Startups’ global women founders community. The Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders Program aims to help women startup founders address challenges that are unique to their experience, including fundraising, hiring and building products. The program structure is the same with access to the best of Google, content and mentorship tailored to the unique needs of women founders, and opportunities to network with our global women founders community. Requirements: Women-founded technology startups up to Series A-stage are eligible for the program. The Accelerator is sector-agnostic and welcomes startups leveraging machine learning (or plan to in future) from any vertical. Benefits Equity-free support: Three months of equity-free support Mentoring: Mentoring from 20+ Google teams Training: Training on design, marketing, and leadership Strategic support: Support on company and product strategy Product credits: Google product credits for your tech stack Early access: Early access to new Google products and tools Access to experts: Access to Google’s network of industry experts Technical project partnership: Partnership on advanced technology project When Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders Class will run from March 2023 to May 2023. Women Founders can apply up to Feb 20th. Program Format The program will run in a hybrid format. At the beginning of the program, Google worked with the selected startups to identify their unique challenges and the support required from the program. The startups will go through three intensive boot camps, focused on topics such as product, design, hiring, fundraising etc., followed by the OKR (Objective Key Results) workshop to define their objectives for the program. Startups also receive 1:1 mentorships. They will also be paired with a dedicated Startup Success Manager (SSM) to help them get the best of Google – its people, network, thought leadership, and technology. At the end of the program, startups will be given opportunities to pitch their product or service to Google teams, mentors, VCs and stakeholders from the tech ecosystem. Post-program engagement with the graduate startups continues through the Alumni network. For More Information: Visit the Official Webpage of the Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders Africa Program Previous articleKing Baudouin African Development Prize 2023 (€200,000 Prize for Development Work in Africa)Next articleBaker Hughes 12-months Graduate Internship Program 2023 for young Africans.

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