Founder Institute, the world’s largest pre-seed, will be showcasing some of the graduating companies from its accelerators in Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, and South Africa. This is the first time such a combined event is happening and it is all aimed at exhibiting startups tackling real problems in Africa.

This event would see a select number of founders pitch to a global audience of several hundreds of investors, entrepreneurs, and startup ecosystem leaders across the world. RSVP here.

The keynote speaker at the event is Rebecca Enonchong, Board Chair AfriLabs & Founder and Chief Executive Officer of AppsTech, a leading global provider of enterprise application solutions.

According to the Regional Director for FI Africa, Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata, “despite the sometimes difficult challenges, founders on the African continent continue to show resilience while building products that tackle some of the most pressing issues confronting her people. Founder Institute has continued to evolve as a formidable partner in helping to build African companies for the future.”

As a way of showcasing some of the newest, most amazing companies coming out of FI Africa, we are hosting a global session to showcase some of these companies alongside the Directors of various cities that helped make this a reality. Join us for an intriguing session and see how founders are building against all odds.

Founder Institute is the world’s largest pre-seed startup accelerator based in Silicon Valley and has chapters across 90 countries with a big mission to empower communities of talented and motivated people to build impactful technology companies worldwide.

You’re invited to join us as we connect with the founders, investors, and entrepreneurs interested in building the next generation of businesses out of Africa. RSVP here.

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