Are you a women-led start up business based in Nigeria?
Then apply for the Standard Chartered (SC) Women in Tech Incubator (WITI) for an opportunity at developing your entrepreneurial and leadership capabilities as a woman.
It provides a platform for women to develop entrepreneurial and leadership capabilities.
WITI is seeking to recruit women-led start-up businesses that leverage technology as a key driver of innovation. The business:
For applicants with business ideas:
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This program aims to support female entrepreneurship, aligning with calls for more diversity in tech and for more opportunities for women to develop entrepreneurial and leadership expertise.
The purpose of the Women in Tech Incubator in Nigeria is to provide incubation support designed to target early-to-mid stage professionals from technology and business sectors – females who are most likely to have the requisite domain knowledge, experience, and perseverance to deliver results.
As a Bank in Nigeria, we have been focusing on education for young women for many years through platforms like GOAL<https://www.sc.com/en/explore-our-world/empowering-girls-must/>. Globally we have invested in more women entrepreneurs focusing on technology with the first initiative being launched in New York in October 2014 and the second one launched in Kenya in September 2017.
We also recently launched in Pakistan and now Nigeria, with the aspiration to launch more tech incubator and accelerator programs for women within Africa and the Middle East region in the coming years.
We are committed to creating an environment where all employees are able to fulfil their potential, through targeted initiatives including reverse mentoring, coaching and a range of development and community programmes. We actively support our Origins, Nationality and Ethnicity (ONE) employee resource groups and the role they play in providing a collective voice and fostering constructive challenge to ensure we continue to improve our inclusivity. We are having meaningful and constructive conversations about race as a starting point to continue to drive change.
We have developed this toolkit to assist organizations in initiating conversations and to create cultures of inclusivity.
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