During her pregnancy, founding partner Christine Souffrant Ntim, learned how to code with the aim of building a platform for emerging market entrepreneurs. Seeing a lack of interest from mainstream investors, media, and influencers in the Caribbean market, she sought to prove the potential of the region with an online accelerator program featuring top companies. Over 1000 entrepreneurs submitted requests for the program within 3 weeks. The program caught the attention of stakeholders in other regions of the world. Founding partner, Einstein Ntim provided the network of investors and partners needed to scale the pilot accelerators across the Middle East, Latin America, Asia and Africa within 6 months. During this time frame, 500 companies across 63 countries completed the digital accelerator program- making it the fast growing accelerator network in history. Today the network accelerates 1000 companies a year via its 7 regional accelerators and public/private institutional accelerator programs.
Our Digital Accelerators are featured in top local and global press networks in the
Caribbean, Middle East, Latin America, Africa, Europe, Asia, and America.
Naija Observer News Christine Souffrant Ntim: This Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur just launch Africa’s first digital accelerator
Innov8tiv Magazine: Forbes 30Under30 Entrepreneur Launches the 1st Digital Accelerator in Africa
UncovaMagazine Christine Souffrant Ntim: This Forbes 30 Under 30 entrepreneur just launch Africa’s first digital accelerator
startup365.fr #Africa New digital African accelerator launched
yesafrica.biz Forbes 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur Launches the 1st Digital Accelerator in Africa
Business Trumpet Blog: APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN FOR FREE DIGITAL ACCELERATOR FOR AFRICAN STARTUPS JAN 9-10, 2017