Following the selection of 17 participants for the MTN MoMo Hackathon, the Sprint Week stage of the programme begins today, until Friday 4 November.

This week marks the second week of our last cohort of Discover for 2020. We have 7 entrepreneurs taking part, and it will come to a close this Friday.

Applications are still open for the Thrive Investor Readiness programme, which we are working on in partnership with Prospero and Village Capital. We have released the names and profiles of our Advisory Board for the programme - visit the Thrive Webpage to find out more. Applications close on Friday, 11 December at 23:59hrs.

REMINDER: We have 1 more week until applications for the SC Women In Tech programme open. Last week, we held an information session where we broke down some of the questions we have been receiving concerning the programme. If you missed it, the video is available here.

Enjoy your week!
BongoHive Opportunities
We are looking to select 10 Lusaka-based startups to take part in our Investor Readiness Programme, to teach them how to effectively communicate with potential investors and will stand the chance to pitch their businesses to potential investors for investment opportunities. 
Cost: Free
Deadline: Friday, 11 December.
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