Katapult launches African accelerator in partnership with Tony Blair Institute for International Change

The Norway-based Katapult has partnered with the Tony Blair Institute (TBI) for International Change, Norrsken and Good Africa to launch the Katapult Africa Accelerator Programme, which is able to look to speed up and spend money on agri-tech and climate-tech startups.

The Norway-based Katapult Accelerator has invested in a number of African startups, and in addition launched spin-offs comparable to Katapult Ocean and a climate-focused programme.

The three-month Katapult Africa Accelerator Programme might be run each bodily – from Rwanda – and digitally, and seeks to speed up and spend money on as much as 15 startups. Moreover, it can run a 30-place pre-accelerator programme.

Agri- and climate-tech startups working within the fields of agriculture and meals manufacturing, provide chain companies, distribution and logistics, and sustainable infrastructure are strongly inspired to use. 

“As Katapult launches the Africa Accelerator Programme, the Katapult Africa staff right here in Kigali, Rwanda are all very excited to be working with our program companions TBI, Good Africa and Norrsken, in addition to partaking with firms, completely different ecosystem companions and company companions,” stated Philip Gasaatura, Katapult nation director for Rwanda.

“We imagine African startups may help remedy a few of the huge challenges Africa faces at the moment as one of many quickest rising markets and this we imagine is a good funding alternative and so our purpose is to seek out, spend money on and assist scale a few of the most fun tech firms with probably the most influence potential on Africa’s meals and agri worth chains, throughout Africa.”


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