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Entrepreneur? Apply for DEMO Africa 2015 – Get Funding & Media Publicity

Are you working on an exciting company with massive potential to scale? Is 2015 the year you plan to go big?

The application window for DEMO 2015 is now open!

DEMO Africa allows start-ups from all over Africa to meet VCs, investors, tech acquisition specialists, IT buyers and media from across the region and around the globe. The start-ups are given an opportunity to launch their products to a tech eco-system under the following categories:

  • Agriculture
  • Health
  • Education
  • Manufacturing
  • Retail
  • Media and Entertainment
  • Communication
  • Transport and Logistics
  • Energy
  • Finance and Banking
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Waste Management and Recycling

Terms and Conditions

To be eligible to launch on the DEMO Africa stage applicants MUST have a working product (Not an idea) ready for market and the product must:

  • Solve a commercial problem
  • Make an impact or change the marketplace into which it is introduced or create a new market
  • Have a business plan and a management team capable of delivering the product to market
  • Make its public debut at the DEMO Africa conference
  • Must be a registered company

Demo Africa

Application Deadline

31 May 2015

How to Submit Application

In just three years, DEMO African alumni have generated over $8 million in either investment, business or partnerships from the unique mix of positioning, opportunity (networking, fundraising), training and exposure that our launchpad offers.

Apply for DEMO Africa 2015 and you might be next!

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  1. Jonathan Biala says

    I appreciate you so much by including me to your comment zone. I am Joanathan Biala a graduate of Njala University with a background in social sciences. I pray and hope that you accept my application to your program. The reason being Sierra Leone is a deprived country and needed financial support for it people. Thanks for your kind consideration.

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