LeadTech Incubation Program

The path for women empowerment

Sharing the belief that entrepreneurship and women’s leadership are key drivers in transforming the African Continent, the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, through its entity P-Curiosity Lab, have partnered with the Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) to support 15 African young female entrepreneurs as part of the 2020 LeadTech startups promotion.

LeadTech is an intensive 6-month incubation program dedicated to early stage women-owned or women-led tech start-ups. Based on a competition model. The program aims to nurture and provide a supportive environment for women entrepreneurs to grow their businesses and become independent. The goal of the program is to foster innovation and entrepreneurship at start-up for scale and to strengthen sustainability of growth.

Why Apply? Benefits of the program include:

  • World-class mentors and experts
  • Tailored trainings and capacity building
  • Corporate partners
  • Community of change-makers committed to women’s empowerment
  • Events (pitch days, demo days, invest days and the annual AWIEF conference and exhibition
  • Space infrastructure and facilities

Apply today to be part of the next generation of African leaders in tech!

For more information, please email info@awieforum.org or phone +27 21 826 8878.

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May 20, 2020
Program dates Jun 1 - Dec 3, 2020
Organizer Africa Woman Innovation & Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF)
Website Visit website
Targets Africa
Biofuels, Biomass, Biotechnology and medical research, Clean technology and energy, EdTech, Fintech, Healthcare, HealthTech, Information technology, Nanotech


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