Norway’s Katapult launches affect accelerator in Mauritius
The Norway-based Katapult has launched an affect accelerator in Mauritius, specializing in regenerative meals and agri-tech for regional and worldwide startups focusing on African markets.
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.
Over the past years, Katapult has developed a number of shut partnerships in Mauritius and the area, and the corporate is now launching the Katapult Mauritius Accelerator at Ferney Agri Hub in partnership with CIEL, IBL Group, Currimjee Group and MCB Group.
The affect accelerator programme is concentrated on regenerative meals and agri-tech for regional and worldwide startups focusing on the African markets, and is an element of a bigger plan to strengthen Mauritius as a focus for sustainable innovation and transformation.
The Katapult Mauritius accelerator programme will speed up and spend money on about 10 regional and worldwide startups. The startups will leverage the community of Katapult and its Mauritian companions, join with the Mauritius innovation ecosystem, and use Mauritius as an entry level to the African markets.
Startups will reside and work on the island through the three-month programme, and be linked to each nationwide and worldwide mentors. A co-working house will likely be arrange for the accelerator at Ferney Agri Hub positioned on the southern a part of Mauritius.
“Mauritius is a rustic that may develop into a world instance for significant sustainable transformation. One a part of this transformation will likely be to strengthen Mauritius as a connector and check website for regional and worldwide start-ups who develop options that may spur regenerative change in our meals techniques,” says Katapult Mauritius nation director Thomas Berman.