Join us for this information session for the SC Women In Tech Incubator programme, especially if you have questions regarding the programme and how to complete your application on F6S.
BongoHive with the Standard Chartered Bank Zambia team hosted an Information Session about the SC Women In Technology programme. In the information Session we talked about the programme, application criteria and benefits of being a part of this inaugural cohort.
The Women in Tech Zambia Programme is proudly funded by Standard Chartered Bank ZambiaAbout Standard Chartered.
The business owner must be a female founder or co-founder over 18 years of age;
The business must be founded or co-founded by a woman with an equal or majority stake;
The business must be based and operating in Lusaka, Zambia and aligned with the needs of Zambians;
The business must already have a technology-based or enabled business or a clear need to leverage technology to enable the business to grow;
The business owner must be of Zambian nationality;
The business must have been in operation for at least 3 months;
The business owner may be seeking support for customer, product, and business model development;
A maximum of 2 team members (preferably founders) must be able to attend a 3-month incubation programme from March to May 2021; and
The top 5 winners of the incubation programme must be able to attend a 6-month acceleration programme from July to December 2021.
The application deadline is January 31 2021
The programme begins on 24th March 2021
The programme ends on 3rd November 2021
1. Prototyping and MVP Development
2. Investor Preparedness and Deal Structuring
3. Product Design
4. Customer Discovery and Validation
5. Business Modelling
6. Brand Development
7. Financial Modelling and Management
8. Sales and Marketing
9. Intellectual Property, Legal Processes and Structures
SC Women in Tech Programme