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Founder Institute rolls out in Kenya, now accepting applications for startup accelerator

Nairobi Kenya

Founder Institute arguably the world’s largest early seed accelerator opens a new chapter in Nairobi, Kenya. This silicon valley program has several chapters spread across 200 countries worldwide. Nairobi can take full advantage of its mentor support and extensive network. The applications to the Founder Institute Nairobi Accelerator can be accessed here.

The Founders Institute offers high-potential teams and entrepreneurs a robust support network accompanied by a structured growth process that is vital for gaining traction and securing funds.

Since 2009, Founder Institute has assisted 4300 startups to raise over $950M in funding, creating a vibrant alumni network that finds its way into accelerators, generating traction, recruiting teams, building products, making the employer-employee transition, and a lot more.

The launch will be marked by several online events in Nairobi that are free for all and accessible to entrepreneurs who want to hear more about the program remotely.

Top personalities involved in bringing the Founder Institute to Kenya are  Douglas Ogeto, Founder and CEO, Ludique Works, Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr. Co-founder, GoDo Hub, Sheilah Birgen CEO, CoRD,  Kitawa Wemo, and  James Odede Director, FI, Nairobi Chapter.

Several other top CEO’s, investors and advisors have signed on to mentor new entrepreneurs during the Nairobi Virtual 2020 Founder Institute  program.

Find out more on the program.

Apply for the Founders Institute startup accelerator.


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