HexGn’s flagship Startup Ready program for African entrepreneurs has been unveiled.
Passion Incubator, Leadspace, and Hub One from Lagos, Nigeria are launching the new cohort.
HexGn works with governments and private companies in more than 20 countries to help them build more entrepreneurial and future-proof economies and institutions.
According to various surveys, 75-90 percent of startups fail due to a variety of reasons, the most important of which is a lack of consumer demand.
The HexGn program encourages early-stage developers to validate their concepts by putting them in front of potential buyers.
Entrepreneurs are encouraged to solicit frequent consumer reviews in order to develop a minimum viable product.
The HexGn programme provides deep dives and workshops focusing on product design, customer retention, and leadership development for creators, as well as specialized training, media opportunities, and access to the HexGn network of engineers and experts.
The three-month program activities are designed to assist participants in refining their idea, solidifying their business model, and increasing their preparation for global investment.
In keeping with its ideology of assisting needy entrepreneurs, HexGn is now providing scholarships and fee waivers to deserving businesses with innovations that have the potential to grow internationally while also generating new employment opportunities on a local level.
HexGn and its cohort partners, Passion Incubator, Lead-space, and Hub one, provide the resources and help needed to define a business model worth scaling quickly and successfully.
With such a large population of young people, programs like HexGn Startup Ready aim to promote inclusive youth growth.
Applications for the cohort are now available on the HexGn website
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