CMM launches 3rd edition of its mentorship programme for African female tech founders

C. Moore Media, International Public Relations (CMM) has announced the launch of the third edition of The Future is Female Mentorship Programme.

The programme, according to the New York-headquartered PR agency focusing on the US, UK, and African markets is dedicated exclusively to the business development needs of African female tech founders.

During the mentorship program, CMM says female founders will learn insights into the fundamentals of PR and communications for early-stage tech startups; they will also learn how to create a communications plan, storytelling best practices, strategic business communications with multiple stakeholders, how to secure premium partnerships, and more. The program will also provide mentees with insights customized for the unique needs of their business and sector.

“We have had such an incredible response and are excited to launch the third edition, which will build upon previous editions and further scale the program as we announce the new partners joining us this year,” said Claudine Moore, CEO/Founder, C. Moore Media, International Public Relations, and Adjunct Professor, New York University.

“African female tech founders continue to go unsupported in the male-dominated tech space. We want to support these founders by providing expertise in PR and communications to help them gain visibility for their startups, grow their business, and ultimately attract the right investors.”

The program’s third edition promises to reach even more African female founders from across the Continent while introducing additional partners in more diverse sectors, expanding the resources, network, expertise, and knowledge available to mentees.

Mirroring previous editions, the third edition of The Future is Female Mentorship Program will provide African female tech founders of early-stage startups with the PR and communications insights, knowledge, and skills needed to gain visibility and grow their business. It is aimed at African women based on the Continent or in the diaspora and is launching or growing a tech business for African markets or serving Africans in the diaspora.

The program is delivered virtually, and the mentees are invited to participate in masterclasses and sessions customized to the specific needs of their sector and business.

Applications for the programme close at 11:59 pm (WAT) on Friday, July 29. Interested female tech founders can submit their applications here.

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