Built Accounting and the other startups will go through an intense 5-month long acceleration program, receiving 65,000 EUR cash injection with a potential for up to 250,000 EUR in additional funding and a chance to connect with 600+ mentors and investors network.
The startups were startups out of 400+ applicants and will support its founders in multiple areas, including legal, product, sales, growth, culture, fundraising, and more. Teams will also be able to improve on their business model, pitch convincingly, and have a data-driven approach to their problem-solution definition as they continue driving their different innovations across Fintech, Wealthtech, Proptech, Data analytics, and Retailtech.
The batch consists of 21 co-founders and 71 employees, with 4 female co-founders.
Meet the startups
Built Financial Technologies (Ghana)
A tool for African SMBs to access financial opportunities via a suite of business tools and financial services.
Tunzaa Fintech (Tanzania)
A save now, pay later data-driven marketplace for everyday Africans.
An infrastructure for Borderless Investing in Africa.
DT2 Technologies (Nigeria)
A core banking platform for Microfinance Banks and other financial institutions in Nigeria and Africa
A financial planning tool that seeks to democratize savings and investments.
An online financial marketplace that helps to drive finance towards affordable income-generating assets for wealth creation.
An API for revenue management and optimization tools for African businesses.
Zemo Card (Kenya)
An all-in-one expense management solution for growing businesses in Africa.
A platform that connects businesses to multiple shipping providers at discounted prices.