December 5th will witness MEST Ghana partnering with Tiger Eye Foundation and Klarity to host a Warm Up Hackathon. This is in preparation for Ghana’s biggest anti-corruption hackathon, which will be taking place in February 2019 at MEST.
Amid this occasion, members will be educated more about anti-corruption techniques, form teams for the upcoming hackathon, and begin ideation. They will likewise get training from pitching master Kamil Nabong, the founder of the first Sub Saharan African organization to go to 500 startups.
Groups will have the chance to pitch their answer for a board of judges. The best ideas chosen will frame the premise of February’s Anti Corruption Hackathon, where groups will gather again to construct practical items.
The Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology is a Pan-African training program, seed fund and incubator in Accra, Ghana. The three-phase school and incubator program were founded in 2008 by Jørn Lyseggen to provide training, investment, and mentoring for aspiring technology entrepreneurs with the goal of creating globally successful companies that create wealth and jobs locally in Africa.
Since launching in 2008, MEST backed startups have been acquired by investors, or recognized internationally by organisations such as Techstars, 500 Startups, Y Combinator and at events like the LAUNCH Conference in San Francisco.
Interested members can RSPV to firstname.lastname@example.org in the event that they might want to go to this event.