LegAfrik accepted into #FastTrackTech Abidjan Accelerator Programme.

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Abidjan (Senegal) and Frankfurt (Germany), December 2019. GreenTec Capital is very happy to report that LegAfrik has been accepted into the #FastTrackTech Abidjan Accelerator program, joining 15 other start-ups. LegAfrik has joined the Senegalese cohort of #FastTrackTech under the growth track and will receive support to further develop its innovative legaltech platform as well as promotion at local and international start-up events and pitching competitions.   

The #FastTrackTech Africa initiative aims to support digital entrepreneurs and tech startups in sub-Saharan Africa go international – with online and onsite training, advisory and coaching focused on building digital and business skills with a focus on regional & international business generation and investment promotion. The two-year project starts in October 2019 and targets 7 countries: Benin, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Mali, Rwanda, Tanzania and Zambia. The project will benefit at least 7 leading tech hubs, 200 tech startups and 2000 digital entrepreneurs. #FastTrackTech is funded by Canada, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway and Sweden through the ITC Trust Fund and by The Netherlands Trust Fund IV.

GreenTec is very pleased to see LegAfrik’s traction and progress recognized by pan-African acceleration programs and looks forward to reporting on more future successes. 

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