Nigerian education technology startup, Afrilearn, has been selected for the Orange Corners Incubator Program developed and funded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands and implemented by FATE Foundation.
Currently present in 10 countries in Africa and the Middle East, the Orange Corners Incubation programme supports 20 aspiring entrepreneurs every 6 months with designated workspace, capacity building and business incubation services, funding for prototype development and mentoring opportunities.
Out of 668 applications for the second stream, 30 entrepreneurs were shortlisted to attend the Orange Corners Nigeria Bootcamp after which Afrilearn co-founder, Isaac Oladipupo emerged as one of the top 20 entrepreneurs finalists for the Orange Corners Nigeria Business Incubation, following his outstanding pitch. This announcement was made by Isaac Oladipupo, co-founder of Afrilearn, on his Instagram page on February 13, 2020.
His post reads: “Since my great friend @olatunjilegend and I started building @afrilearn over a year ago, it’s been a very interesting and challenging experience working to solve arguably the greatest challenge of our continent – #QualiityEducation. But as big as the challenge is, so are the opportunities that lie therein. For this reason, I’m delighted, not only to have been selected one of the top 30 entrepreneurs, but also to have emerged one of the 20 finalists for @orangecornersng Incubation Programme [Stream II] initiated by Kingdom of the Netherlands @minbz in partnership with @FateFoundation. Congrats to other amazing entrepreneurs who made it. Looking forward to unlearn and relearn as we build Africa’s future.
Registered on April 11, 2019, Afrilearn is an education technology company actively integrating a network of quality teachers, software developers and animators to deliver richly-animated and curriculum-based secondary education for Africans anywhere.
Follow us on Instagram | Advertise With Us | Promote Your Music