The Carbon Disrupt Fund has been set up to address the lack of funding and support holding back budding entrepreneurs in Africa.
The fund will provide financial and technical support for startups, allowing them to take advantage of our growing customer base and innovative technology platform, to get to market faster.
Carbon is now accepting applications from companies with operations in Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire and Egypt, and startups looking to apply for the fund must have a functioning product, be in post-revenue stage and looking to operate in multiple countries.
Carbon (Nigerian fintech startup) have announced that it has launched a $100,000 pan-African fund for startups.
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- Common Futures Conversations: Join the Community for young people from Africa & Europe
- The African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) paid Internship Opportunities in research for postgraduate students
- Business School Netherlands/Orange Knowledge Programme Scholarship 2020
The Carbon Disrupt Fund was set up to address the lack of funding and support holding back budding tech entrepreneurs on the continent. It will invest up to $10,000 per startup in exchange for a 5% equity.