The Nairobi Innovation Challenge debut was in 2017 as NIWStartups. Then came 2018 where 353 Startups applied, 100 were selected and pitched at NIW. Out of the pitching startups 15 were recognised as the Most Promising Startups of 2018.
A majority of them have scaled to new growth levels and are now telling their success stories. Meet Adan of Ecodudu telling it as it is.
Create and update your profile on the Nairobi Innovation Challenge platform.
As an applicant, you will be expected to fill in the application form.
Call for applications closes.
You will no longer be able to update your startup profile nor will you be able to create a new startup. You will however be able to continue upating and curating your personal profile.
Top 30 start-ups (15 Early Stage and 15 Growth Stage) are announced.
Training seminar done for the 30 most promising start-ups.
Pitching done by 30 start-ups and filtered to 6.
Announcement of the 6 most promising start-ups.
6 most promising Start-ups pitch.
Allan Gill Gray Entrepreneurship competition finalists will pitch alongside the 6 most promising.