The Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) invites application from interested women owned –ventures working on renewable and green energy production in Nigeria and Malawi.
The Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) has launched a new initiative “Enterprise Development for Women-Owned Ventures in Green Energy”. Funded by the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF), the 12-month programme will support 70 women involved in renewable and green energy production in two African countries – MALAWI and NIGERIA.
The programme offers two components to be implemented in two phases one after the other:
1. Startup Incubator: 30 women in each country (60 in total) supported in designing, refining and launching their renewable and green energy business idea
FoodBytes! by Rabobank is bringing its global pitch competition and networking event connecting consumer food, food tech and agtech startups with corporate leaders and investors to London on the 6th and 7th of November 2019 following its 2018 debut.
The pitch competition will focus on food and agtech startups with a
disruptive impact on the food industry and supply chain, including
sustainable farming, packaging, traceability solutions,
environmentally-friendly ingredients, food waste reduction and the
latest sustainable CPG startups. The criteria for successful applicants
is focused on product innovation, market opportunity, traction and
commercial viability – with a focus on sustainability and social impact.
The full criteria can be found here.
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