Publiseer, a Nigeria-based digital distribution platform has made the final list for the Halcyon Incubator Fall 2019 Fellowship. The platform emerged 16 out of 423 applicants that applied for the 8 spots in Cohort 11 of the Fellowship.
The selected startups stand a chance to receive a five-month rent-free housing in Washington D.C, $10,000 stipend and access to a network of mentors, advisors, investors and supporters. They will pitch before the Selections Committee on the 14th of May 2019, to secure a spot in the fellowship.
All selected fellow will receive free residency, workspace, mentorship, leadership coaching and support from business consultants during the 18-month fellowship. It is an opportunity to develop entrepreneurial skills.
The incubator program facilitates early-stage social entrepreneurs with all they need to transform innovative ideas into sustainable ventures. They are committed to solving challenges faced by entrepreneurs all over the world. They partner with the leading firms in the world to advise and support the fellows’ ventures directly.
Publiseer is a digital content distribution platform that gives independent African writers and musicians from low-income communities, access to distribute and monetize their creative works. They emerged winners of the Startup World Cup regional finals in February 2019. Publiseer currently has a 400 well-established digital platforms audience in about 100 countries.
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