The GROW Impact Accelerator is currently accepting applications from agri-tech startups based in Africa.
New foodtech and agtech firms that are attempting to solve some of the world’s most pressing sustainability issues are being given a huge boost by the GROW Impact Accelerator, which is funded by AgFunder.
The accelerator program intends to hasten the development of several solutions for the manner in which we produce, process, package, transport, eat, and discard our food.
GROW believes that founders should receive comprehensive support; businesses succeed when their founders have the commercial, technical, and professional assistance they require to prosper.
Founders can tailor their experience within the program’s cohort-based framework by choosing from a variety of thematic “streams.”
The GROW framework questions your value proposition and business model to make sure they are robust, customer-focused, and scalable.
To assist you in GROWING your business, the program will put you in touch with customers, vendors, regulators, service providers, mentors, investors, and the media.
AgFunder will invest $100,000 USD and provide in-kind program advantages to the winning company. These benefits include access to the AgFunder & GROW network and a business accelerator that will help you fine-tune your business model for international expansion.
The deadline for applications is February 28.
Visit the website to apply or for additional information.
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