African female entrepreneurs have been invited to apply for the Y-HER Accelerator Program, with offers mentorship and a total of US$50,000 in prize funding.
The Y-HER program, which will take place in Johannesburg in November, is run by Spark and bills itself as an opportunity for passionate female impact entrepreneurs with early-stage startups.
A total of 15 successful applicants will be connected with a network of mentors from across the world throughout the accelerator week, offering a wealth of entrepreneurship experience to help with building a strategy for impact and growth.
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