Nigerian based incubator, Passion Incubator has officially launched the ‘Start-up South-west incubation programme’, targeted at training and supporting tech start-ups across the South West region in the country. The states include; Ekiti, Ondo, Ogun, Oyo, Lagos and Osun.
The project is a beneficiary of the Growth and Employment (GEM) project and focuses on fostering a vibrant and sustainable technology ecosystem by helping start-ups execute a working business model and grow a sustainable business.
Start-up south-west is one of six proposed similar regional hub projects being supported by GEM, and will offer pre-incubation training and a start-up incubation programme.
The pre-incubation programme is focused on providing training and support in data science, artificial intelligence, software development ethics, entrepreneurship and ideation.
The start-up incubation component is a six-month long programme that provides an opportunity for innovative start-up teams to rethink their business model, redefine their product and strategy, achieve product-market fit, and acquire early customers.
Interested applicants can apply here, deadline is August 30.
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