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Google launches major opportunities for African entrepreneurs and app developers

New from Business Report

Google has announced two major new developments, which will provide a major boost to African entrepreneurs and app developers. 
In line with the commitment Google CEO Sundar Pichai made to support African entrepreneurs earlier this year, Google have announced the Google Developers Launchpad Africa, a new hands-on comprehensive mentorship program tailored exclusively to startups based in Africa. 
Google says this initiative will operate from a new Google Launchpad Space in Lagos, which is the first location for the programme outside of the US.
It will provide African startups with over $3-million (R423 862 50) in equity-free support, working space, and access to expert advisers from Google, Silicon Valley, and Africa over the next three years. Participants will also receive travel and PR support during the three-month programme.
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