By Dipo Olowookere
A Nigerian digital publisher, Publiseer, has been shortlisted for the Startupbootcamp FastTrack, an event hosted all over the world to meet top-tier early-stage companies to join Startupbootcamp, a global network of industry-focused startup accelerators.
The Nigerian firm is one of the 10 start-ups chosen to participate in the programme.
Publiseer and nine other start-ups were selected from an overwhelming number of applications to participate in Startupbootcamp FastTrack and Office Hours events taking place in Lagos from April 7 to 8, 2018.
Each founder team will give a 3-minute pitch with a 5 minute Q&A, followed by a series of five 20 minutes hands-on sessions with mentors.
The event is designed to provide the 10 founder teams with constructive feedback on their company and pitch. The following day, each team will be invited for a one to one mentoring session with the Startupbootcamp team. The event will be a deep dive conversation lasting 25 minutes per team with Q&As, as well as business development advice.
Just last month, Publiseer pitched at the Harvard Business School’s New Venture Competition in Boston, United States, as one of the competition’s finalists. The startup publishing company distributes and monetizes creative works of Nigerian writers and musicians worldwide.
Startupbootcamp FastTrack is an event hosted by Startupbootcamp to look for top-notch startups for its accelerator programs.
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