This is your last chance.
At the end of the day, applications will close for the ICT Innovation Fund. And I don’t want you to miss out.
Potraz has already gotten dozens of applicants for around Zimbabwe, but in the end, only successful companies will receive funding.
Whether all you have is an idea or you’re actively into the early stages of your company’s development, you’ve probably anticipated the need for start-up capital. The good news is the government has finalized and has started accepting applications towards the roll out of the $2,5 million Information Communication Technology (ICT) innovation fund aimed at availing financial resources to support Tech start-ups.
The purpose of the Funds is to identify, harvest, support and capacitate young ICT innovators and their innovations around Zimbabwe to develop their ideas into bankable solutions for Zimbabwe and the global market.
If you’re even remotely interested in this opportunity, you have a few hours left.
The ICT Innovation Fund has no minimum fees or maximum ceiling for any submission, but the Innovative Idea should be should be able to state and support its own business case for financial assistance. A start-up is usually a combination of two things: an interesting problem or need, and an approach for solving that problem. It is easy to come up with big and worthy problems, but they tend to go beyond the scope of the typical entrepreneur.