MEST has selected 14 Ghanaian startups for the first cohort of its 2021 MEST Express Accelerator; this is in partnership with the MasterCard Foundation. The 20-week program will include free training, personalized mentorship, and the opportunity to receive up to USD 10 K in an equity-free grant. MEST is currently running a 10-years strategy in partnership with MasterCard Foundation to enable three million young people in Ghana to access dignified and fulfilling work.
Learning management system Klingbo, web service provider Plugnom, BR tours startup Dobiison, social commerce platform Tendo, private transportation service Stabus, fintech solution Kadi, and AI-powered procurement solution Eazyloop are among the startups selected for the program.
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