The Stanford Seed Transformation Program is now accepting applications from African startups.
The program’s primary objective is to assist existing businesses in further scaling their businesses.
The Seed Transformation Program is tailored to meet the needs of business owners and as many as five members of their senior management team.
Exclusively for founders and CEOs of businesses with an annual turnover of between US$300,000 and US$15,000,000, the Programme is an innovative in-person and online learning experience.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty are in charge of this program, while Stanford-trained advisors and professionals provide support.
Participants will get the opportunity to collaborate remotely and in person with Stanford faculty and a dedicated team of experts to help unlock growth prospects. Participants from businesses in Africa and South Asia are encouraged to apply.
Scholarships covering up to 60% of the program tuition are also available to startups, women business owners, and social entrepreneurs.
Applicants that make it to the interview stage will have the opportunity to seek scholarship applications from the organization.
The program is open to applicants from a wide variety of industries.
The application deadline is May 15.
To apply or for more details, visit the website.
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