15 startups benefit from Nailab innovation plan | Article | Business Daily

“Last month 15 startups graduated from Nailab, a Kenyan startup incubator, after taking part in a three month programme called Make-IT in Africa that involved mentorship and training on how to grow their business.
Experts say such programmes increase the survival rate of start-ups to five years or more than those that do not undergo such programmes.
It was the first time that the Make-IT in Africa was held in the country. The programme seeks to promote digital innovation for sustainable and inclusive development in sub-Saharan Africa and is funded by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ).” … Read more

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