Launched in 2011 as the first office of the Flat6Labs MENA regional startup accelerator, the Flat6Labs Cairo programme provides startups with cash funding of between US$31,000 and US$46,000 with access to possible follow-on funding. Participating companies also gain access to strategic mentorship, office space, a multitude of perks and services from various partners, and entrepreneurship-focused business training and workshops. The accelerator runs two cycles each year, and has just announced its Fall 2020 cohort of 10 startups. They include Clakett, digital ecosystem for film and creative industry; Docspert, which connects patients seeking healthcare advice with internationally-renowned expert doctors; El-Dokan, a headless enterprise e-commerce software; Funnelll, an SaaS enabling marketing campaigns to translate into more sales; and Glued, a gamified learning platform for companies to train their employees.
SOURCE: DISRUPT AFRICA
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