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  Founder Institute Lagos proudly announces the newest Alumni from our Lagos Spring 2023 program. After a meticulous selection process and intense four months of aggressive business-building sprints, constant evaluation, and feedback from investors and mentors, just 16 companies were able to make it through.
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Each of these Founders has demonstrated a high level of perseverance and creativity, and their businesses have been thoroughly vetted and supported by a panel of Lagos’s top startup experts and investors. And now, without further ado, Founder Institute Lagos presents the newest Alumni of the Lagos program:
  • YuSocial – a revolutionary social network that allows content creators to earn from their content and engagement.
  • Doorway Africa – a web and mobile learning management solution to help students between the ages of 5 and 25 bridge learning gaps.
  • Kharis Infrastructure Solutions – end-to-end services in CCTV, automation, software and hardware design, and IT consultancy.
  • Ecorocks – a startup that manufactures standard building materials, which have met the standard and are more affordable than traditional building materials.
  • SmartParcel – a company that uses SmartLockers to resolve challenges along first and last-mile delivery, enabling e-commerce vendors to deliver with unique codes.
  • IVO HEALTH – a healthcare technology company focused on digitalizing hypertension management for Africans.

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  • FIXXARR – an online platform that enables easy availability of towing vehicles for towing services needed by drivers who experience critical vehicle breakdowns.
  • MoreGas – a company that provides innovative domestic biogas, as a free gas alternative to the use of LPG, firewood, and kerosene for households and businesses.
  • Codeant Technology – an ed-tech startup that teaches women and children coding and digital skills.
  • Kirgawa Technologies – a platform for event planners to connect with local vendors, sponsors, and exhibitors.
  • Sologid Technology – a company that serves the need for comprehensive workspace solutions for Africa-focused entrepreneurs.
  • Vevet – a software solution that offers data insight and a marketplace for SME retailers to improve their inventory and revenue.
  • Hydropool – a solution aggregating water vendors to provide on-demand water delivery and metered supply for Nigerians in water-stressed environments.

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  • Get Syynd Creative Talent Funding Marketplace – an AI-powered tool for profiling creative talents and predicting profitability requirements.
  • Mr. DIY – a social e-commerce platform that sells select categories and dropshipping as a service.
  • Payclusion – a payment wallet that simplifies overseas transactions for freelancers and startup business owners.

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This article was first published on 10th August 2023

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