10 Nigerian start-ups have been selected to pitch in front of an investment panel and compete for the most promising seed-stage start-up of Seedstars Lagos 2018. The event is scheduled to hold on October 19 and the winner will be representing Nigeria at the global Seedstars and compete at the regional and global Seedstars Summits.
The winning start-up will win an all-inclusive trip to Switzerland to compete at the Seedstars Summit for the title of Seedstars Global Winner and win up to $1million in investment.
The 10 start-ups to pitch at 6th Seedstars Nigeria include:
DropQue: Uses a combination of one-way unassisted video interviews and a powerful AI assessment assistant to get companies the best candidate.
Insight Africa: they help schools improve student performance in Maths and the sciences to world class standards.
Natterbase: increases the speed and quality of software development.
NextCounsel Limited: NextCounsel simplify, automate and scale up on a law firm’s workflow using our comprehensive modules such as Time & Billing Mgt etc.
Termii: a Saas platform that helps teams secure repeat customers through personalized emails and sms sent across multiple channels.
Aspire Power Solutions: works to eliminate the barriers that limit access to clean, affordable and reliable energy sources.
Beat Drone: Uses drones to improve harvest yields and reduce production cost, thus making food affordable & eliminating hunger & poverty.
Biyabot: a chat-based payment platform that allows users make payments as well as allow merchants request and receive payments via messaging.
Bridgebooks :provides SMEs a platform to structure their business finances, Access finances and make smart financial decisions.
Chekkit Technologies Inc.:2 a blockchain powered anti-counterfeiting, real-time supply chain tracking and customer experience analytics platform.