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Algerian Private Incubator IncubMe to support tech startups in Kenya


Algerian Private Incubator IncubMe has announced plans to launch in Kenya in March this year.

Under the patronage of the State Minister to the Prime Minister in charge of the Knowledge Economy and startups, the program will support startups looking for technical support to scale their operations. 

Twenty-five African startups which could meet the needs expressed by Algerian companies will be selected for this program. 

IncubMe aims to strengthen the economic and technical integration of the African continent through the enhancement of cooperation and interaction between African startups. It has invited startups to participate in the program which it says is a potential platform for further mutual exchange between Algeria and Kenya.

The selected Kenyan startups will be taken through a six-month incubation in Algeria before extending their operation to the rest of Africa. 

IncubMe, is an initiative undertaken by Algerians from the economic world, established in Algeria and abroad, having jointly developed the desire to share their experience and their experience in order to grow and hatch business ideas. in the country. The program aims to maximize the chances of success of startups hosted within it. To do this, the promoters receive different types of free and tailor-made support so that they can best develop their project.

IncubMe will hold a virtual press conference on the 28th of January to share the content of this program.

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Nixon Kanali

Tech journalist based in Nairobi. I write about tech, business and African startups. Founder and Editor For TechTrendsKE. Nixon is also the East African tech editor for Africa Business Communities. Send tips to nkanali@techtrendske.co.ke.

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