Job creation through Incubation and Acceleration support in Ethiopia
Creating jobs for a better future
Through carefully curated incubation and acceleration programs, the program will enable the growth of new and existing e-commerce ventures or strengthen their ability to participate in the e-commerce world.
All the support you need to scale up your business
Venture Meda will help 100 ecommerce startups for the next five years with
Venture Meda is dedicated to empowering women in the digital ecosystem and availing the platform for brilliant business ventures across the country.
Apply for Venture Meda Acceleration 2022/23 Program
Accelerator Program aims to strengthen the utilization of digital platforms for businesses and solve job creation challenges in Ethiopia. We are looking to support high potential digital/ e-commerce startups by providing professional business consulting; business and market linkage opportunities ; and seed funding.
Application Deadline: December 30, 2022 11:59 PM;
እባክዎ ከማመልከትዎ በፊት ደንቦቹን እና መመሪያዎቹን ያንብቡ።
Please read the rules and regulations before you apply.
Made Possible By
Ministry of Innovation and Technology
A government body established under the Laws of Ethiopia as a Ministry, with its powers and duties defined in November 2018 by Proclamation No. 1097/2018. MInT is established to foster and support the development of innovation and technology within Ethiopia.
iceaddis, (ice stands for Innovation, collaboration, Entrepreneurship) is Ethiopia’s first innovation hub and tech startup incubator established in 2011. iceaddis is a co-creation space that accelerates high-potential startups, facilitates technological innovations, and work with a multi-partnership approach to activate youth to gain economic empowerment.
The Mastercard Foundation works with visionary organizations to enable young people in Africa and in Indigenous communities in Canada to access dignified fulfilling work. Young Africa Works reflects the Foundation’s optimism for Africa’s future, building on experience in financial inclusion and education and training. Young Africa Works sets an ambitious goal to enable 30 million young people in Africa, especially young women, to secure employment they see as dignified and fulfilling.