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Spring Accelerator (East Africa)

A pioneering five-year programme, kicking off first in Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda in 2015, before rolling out to eight countries in Africa and Asia.

What you will get:
Work with successful business leaders, legal, and financial experts who will offer bespoke support, insights and learning, crucial to success in the target market.

Receive a customized curriculum — tailored to the specific needs of each entrepreneur focusing on rapid testing and iterative development, prototyping with girls directly, as well as with leading sector experts.

Join a unique and powerful network of sponsors, investors, business leaders, and partners that will help entrepreneurs locate new resources to overcome potential constraints and facilitate new local and international partnerships.

Receive financial grants, plus connect to an extended network of investors — domestic, global, and non-traditional — who will be integrated in the programme from the start.
Think (Rwanda)

Think, the Technology Incubator in Kigali, was established in 2014 in Rwanda to identify and support leading tech start-ups seeking to create digital solutions for Africa. Starting in September 2014, think will select its first companies to join the think incubator. With a young and dynamic population and significant government investment in the country’s ICT infrastructure, Rwanda provides a unique opportunity as a platform for technology startups. Millicom, operating under the Tigo brand in Africa, is the angel investor behind think and wants to help committed entrepreneurs set up and launch their business
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Torque work space is an online distribution channel management software, created for the needs of wholesale distributors in Rwanda.
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