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Tag: Startups funding in Zimbabwe


Startups with at least 1 female co-founder called to apply for funding

FasterCapital (an incubator based in Dubai, UAE) is launched its yearly women round on 16th, Jun, 2020. The last women rounds of funding attracted more than 200 submissions from 50 different countries. This funding round is open to startups that have one woman co-founder. You can apply regardless of the stage of the startup. For […]


If Your Business Is Reducing Inequality, Apply For UNDPs Funding Program

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), École Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Orange and SAP launch the second edition of the Growth Stage Impact Ventures (GSIV) for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) initiative; aimed at identifying and showcasing mature impact ventures in emerging countries with the catalytic potential to drive both large impacts and yield sustainable profit. The […]


LawBasket Offering Free Legal Assessment To African Startups

LawBasket – the online legal marketplace where lawyers meet clients (people with cases) to deliver legal services on customer-driven terms – has announced StartAP Legal Maturity Assessment Program to help startups The initiative will see LawBasket providing free legal maturity assessment for African startups. In our communication with LawBasket’s Co-founder and Head of Marketing Nyasha […]


ZW$500m Venture Capital Fund Will Be Disbursed Through FINSECs Exchange For SMEs

In December 2019, FINSEC announced the Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) portal which they described as an “online platform designed for SMEs in need of raising capital for retooling operations, increase productivity, or to increase their product range and or to expand into diversified markets.” At the time of the announcement of the GEM, one wouldn’t […]


Entrepreneurs Can Use ZimStart To Source Funding

Many Small-to-Medium Entreprises (SMEs), are popping up all over the country in different sectors. Worryingly, a disproportionate number of these enterprises are succeeding- they are falling like dominoes. This is mostly attributed to the lack of funding, training (how to run a business) and mentorship/advice. Luckily, we now have ZimStart which is helping out these […]