The fifth edition of CATAPULT: Inclusion Africa, which will once again take advantage of Luxembourg’s inclusive finance and fintech ecosystem to support chosen businesses in growing their operations and achieving their inclusion goals, has just been launched by the LHoFT Foundation, and we couldn’t be happier about it.
Additionally, by taking part in the Arch Summit event, which explores next-generation digital innovation, businesses will gain special visibility.
The LHoFT Foundation’s program, which focuses on businesses that promote financial inclusion in Africa, aims to forge connections with the Luxembourg Microfinance Industry by showcasing these businesses’ initiatives and showing how closely they correspond with the sustainability objectives of Luxembourg’s financial hub.
This acceleration program is a one-of-a-kind one-week Bootcamp that supports ten carefully chosen Fintech companies from across Africa who are focused on financial inclusion and eager to forge connections between Africa and Europe. It highlights these companies’ initiatives and is strongly in line with the sustainability objectives of Luxembourg’s financial center, where there is tremendous potential.
The dates for Catapult: Inclusion Africa – October 24–28, 2022.
Where? In Luxembourg, a key leading Microfinance center.
Why and How? CATAPULT: Inclusion Africa will cover a range of broad topics, including business model mapping, scaling strategies, investment, business plan presentation, legal strategy, pricing, marketing strategy, and more.
The selected Fintech will have the opportunity to contact partners, sponsors, investors, microfinance institutions (MFIs), and public financial institutions (PFIs).
To apply and for more information, visit the website.
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