22 African startups have been picked for the Office Hours programme run by London-based public relations agency, Wimbart, which provides webinars and mentorship to ensure African tech startups have the needed public relation tools to make their business goals come true.
These companies will have the opportunity to be a part of an in-depth all-cohort PR webinar and a question and answer session with Wimbart founder and MD, Jessica Hope. The startups will also be exposed to 2 dedicated 1-on-1 office hours sessions where all companies will speak on communications problems and ask questions that are related to their business needs.

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15 of the companies are from Nigeria, they are Passage Telecommunications, The Bulb Africa, Lendsqr, Novel, Pledre, Ovarec, Scrapays Technologies, RentSmallsmall, Ekolaundry, Digitalthingzhut, Staffbus, Wellahealth Technologies, Crop2Cash, First Medtrade Africa, and Pricepally.
2 Kenyan startups were picked too, Ecodudu and Growd Global, while Ghana was represented by OZÉ and Reaval.
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