On December 11, just slightly more than a month away, up to 15 extraordinary startups will arrive in Lagos, Nigeria to compete in Startup Battlefield Africa 2018. Don’t miss your opportunity to watch founders of Africa’s best early-stage tech startups as they launch on a world stage to vie for a cash infusion, investor scrutiny and serious bragging rights.

We have a limited number of spectator tickets, and they’re selling rapidly, so be sure to give yours while you still can. Buy your ticket here today for time $10+ VAT.

The price of admission plies a full date backpack with action. We’re interspersing three rounds of Startup Battlefield competition with an amazing roster of talkers and panel discussion addressing the continent’s rapidly expanding startup scene.

You’ll hear from speakers like Marieme Diop, an investor at Orange Digital Ventures Africa. Diop focuses on early-stage African startups( like a $16 million round for South African fintech startup, Yoco, and an $8.6 million round to business enterprise application startup, Africa’s Talking ), and she’ll discuss risk capital in Africa.

We too have on tap Shikoh Gitau, the head of concoction at Safaricom’s Alpha incubator. Gitau led a Pan-African and world-wide sought for applicants to form the incubator crew, and she’ll share her perspective on the geniu and innovation within Africa’s expanding startup countryside. She’ll likewise talk about repatriating entrepreneurs.

If you haven’t ever knowledge a Startup Battlefield, you’re in for a huge adrenaline rushed. The competing founders have been sharpening their lurch abilities with coaching the assistance of seasoned TechCrunch journalists, and they’ll be fired up and ready to make their case. Here’s how the Battlefield works.

Startup Battlefield consists of three preliminary rounds with up to five startups in each round. Startup crews get six times to pitch and present a live demo to a board of justices consisting of top tech benefactors and VCs. Those evaluates then have six minutes to question each unit thoroughly.

No more than five squads move to the finals for another round of moves and more challenging questions. Merely one startup will claim the opportune claim of Startup Battlefield Africa 2018 champion.

The triumphing founders receive US $25,000 in no-equity cash, plus a excursion for two to compete in Startup Battlefield in San Francisco at TechCrunch Disrupt 2019( assuming the company still characterizes to compete at the time ).

Startup Battlefield Africa 2018 takes lieu December 11 in Lagos, Nigeria, and spectator tickets are limited and vanishing rapidly. Buy your tickets now and meet us for the purposes of an exciting daylight focused on the best that Africa’s startup ecosystem has to offer.

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