Pitch Competition

15 Nigerian Startups Announced as Finalists in $10K Pitch2Win Competition

What’s this about?

  • Fifteen Nigerian startups have advanced as finalists in the second edition of the Pitch2Win competition, offering a chance to win up to US$10,000 in prize money and a trip to Japan’s IVS2024 Kyoto crypto conference.
  • Hosted by Techcircle and partners, the competition on June 12 will see 10 startups pitching to esteemed judges for the grand prize, including equity-free funding and an all-expenses-paid trip to Japan’s largest crypto conference.
  • Startups like 10mg Pharma, Acceede, Apisentry, and others will compete, aiming to leverage the opportunity for exposure, networking, and potential funding to drive innovation in Africa’s tech ecosystem.

Zoom in…

Fifteen Nigerian startups have been named finalists of the second edition of the Pitch2Win competition, which offers up to US$10,000 in prize money and the chance to travel to Japan.

Pitch2Win is hosted by Techcircle, in collaboration with Freakout, SGverse and SGgrow, with the second edition to take place on June 12, where 10 promising startups will have the chance to pitch their ideas to a panel of esteemed judges and investors. 

The selected startups will vie for a grand prize of US$10,000 equity-free funding and an all-expense-paid trip to IVS2024 Kyoto, Japan’s largest crypto conference, offering invaluable networking opportunities and exposure to global trends.

Selected ventures include e-health platform 10mg Pharma, schools payment service Acceede, API securing solution Apisentry, employee management platform Beezop, and customer engagement service Bunce.

Also taking part are ed-tech startup Edusko, e-health platform Eight Medical, business management tool Fullgap, AI-powered ethical debt collection service Mida Africa, and digital learning platform Pave HQ.

The list of competing ventures is completed by pregnancy care service Preggify, financial inclusion platform Regxta, business management startup Sendstack, team management platform Sync!, and credit provider Trade Lenda.

What they are saying…

Pitch2Win aims to not only address the funding and mentorship gaps but also empower startups whose innovative business solutions have the potential to shape the future of technology in Africa,” said Oo Nwoye, founder of TechCircle said. 

E-health startup Pharma Run was the winner of last year’s inaugural edition of the competition.

Source: disruptafrica.com

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