You should get in touch with the African Innovation if you work in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector and want to find a way to boost your innovation firm. The innovation incubator and accelerator, which was established earlier this year for African small businesses and start-ups, supports African start-ups, small businesses, and innovators and aids them in putting innovative ideas into practice.
African Innovation’s founder and CEO, Palesa Nangu, 29, claims that they enroll start-ups in their innovation and entrepreneurship programs and provide them with training from top professionals. Additionally, based on the nature of their business, they assist them in developing a global brand, connect them to relevant innovation ecosystems both domestically and abroad, and offer support through their growth. Through training programs, workshops, international opportunities, innovation management, research and development through open innovation, investment opportunities, and other means, they support African entrepreneurs and innovators and promote African innovations.” Africa Innovation is an innovation researcher and funder.
We support young technologists as they establish themselves in the information and technology sector. As a group, we support the growth and development of African businesses. “Our goal is to organize information so that it can be used and accessed by underserved communities. The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) innovation platform will be used for this. A data platform, an annual event, and a print publication will make up this platform, according to Nangu. According to her, the data platform will compile all innovation-related data from the BRICS countries and offer a single point of access for research and analysis. “This platform will function as a content platform that disseminates consistent news about innovation among the BRICS nations.
The annual gathering will aim to bring innovators from the BRICS countries to exchange knowledge about the growth of the innovation sector in their home regions, according to Nangu. The print publication, which is currently in production, aims to highlight innovators and their initiatives. Inspiring information about how the BRICS are approaching innovation will also be provided. A total of seven people make up the organization’s organizational and structural structure: the chairperson, the chief executive, a content director, a communications director, a director of social and economic development, an administrator, and an intern for social development. We believe there are no boundaries to technological innovation because it is a global phenomenon and because the growth of SME (small and medium enterprises) will be heavily considered. We support startups in putting innovative ideas into practice,” the speaker claims.