Norrsken Accelerator Opens Application Window for Early-Stage African Startups


African startups with a vision for a better future can now apply for the Norrsken Accelerator in Stockholm. Successful applicants will receive US$125,000 in cash and access to an eight-week business development course. Applications are currently being accepted.

In 2016, Niklas Adalberth, a former member of the Swedish financial unicorn Klarna, founded Norrsken with the goal of helping entrepreneurs tackle some of the world’s most challenging problems. Its ecosystem includes the Norrsken Founders Fund, Norrsken VC, and Norrsken House, a co-working space in Stockholm that caters to around 350 impact entrepreneurs.

Applications are now open for the 2024 cohort of the Norrsken Accelerator, based in Stockholm. The program, running from July to September at Norrsken House, is seeking applications from impact-focused startups with innovative technologies and strong pre-seed business models.

During this period, you will enjoy round-the-clock access to a workspace specifically tailored to meet the needs of tech and impact entrepreneurs. We will collaborate with you to customize a program and arrange individual sessions with pertinent mentors and experts, all aimed at facilitating the expansion and development of your impact and business,” stated Norrsken.

During this period, you will have 24/7 access to a workspace designed to cater to the unique requirements of tech and impact entrepreneurs. We will work closely with you to tailor a program and schedule personalized sessions with relevant mentors and experts, all aimed at fostering the growth and advancement of your impact and business,” stated Norrsken.

After an intensive eight-week program at Norrsken House in Stockholm, a handpicked group of international companies will be awarded a total of US$125,000 in equity capital.

Please visit the website for more information or to submit your application.



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