TechInAfrica – Pan-African early-stage VC firm, GreenHouse Capital, has selected 10 finalists for its women-focused Tech Accelerator program. The announcement was made at GreenHouse Capital’s office in Lagos, Nigeria.
The program which is run by GreenHouse Lab has received more than 200 submissions from applicants across Africa, including Botswana and Nigeria. Those who got selected because they build unique solutions to some of Africa’s most challenging issues, ranging from medical education to matchmaking, hardware production to software development.
The 10 selected finalists include a healthtech startup, Doctoora from Nigeria; an IoT smart-active cooling devices manufacturing company, Gricd; a fintech startup based in Ghana, Bace; a Botswana-based startup, Vimosure, that provides a IoT-enabled platform and data analytics to its services; a Nigeria-based dating app, Datespace; a beauty-focused e-commerce, Mashup Beauty; an e-learning platform for public and general health practitioners, OTRAC; a one-stop school management solution, SchoolsFocus; and Whip Music Africa, a platform for African artists to take their music career to the next level.
About GreenHouse Lab
GreenHouse Lab is a fixed-term (2-months) female-focused tech accelerator program (the first of its kind in Nigeria) that provides promising and emerging startups with valuable resources such as advisory, mentorship, hands-on training, and technical assistance, which then propels them towards investor readiness. GreenHouse Labs was founded in 2018 by GreenHouse Capital – a pan-African early-stage Venture Capital firm based in Lagos, Nigeria
GreenHouse Lab is powered by Google Launchpad. For its second installment, GreenHouse Lab is honored to partner with Vibranium Valley, Venture Garden Group, the Nigerian Economic Summit Group, Oracle, Paga, and Paystack.