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TechCircle Unveils 15 Finalists for the Fourth Edition of Pitch2Win

15 startups are to compete on the 12th of June 2024 for a grand prize of $10,000 and an all-expense-paid trip to IVS2024, Kyoto Japan.

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TechCircle in collaboration with SgGrow, SgVerse and FreakOut Holdings has announced 15 finalists for the fourth edition of Pitch2Win. Pitch2Win is an annual competition that identifies and showcases the most promising early-stage startups and founders. “Pitch2Win aims to not only address the funding and mentorship gaps but also empower startups whose innovative business solutions have the potential to shape the future of technology in Africa,” Oo Nwoye, Founder of TechCircle said. 

Scheduled to take place in Lagos, Nigeria on the 12th of June 2024, the 15 finalists will compete for a prize of $10,000 equity-free funding and an all-expense-paid trip to IVS2024 Kyoto - Japan’s largest startup conference. 

The Pitch2Win4 finalists are:

  1. 10mg Pharma : 10mg Pharma uses AI to foster a chronic pain-free Africa, offering discounted meds and a data-driven KYC system that allows healthcare providers to access collateral-free, low-interest loans, reaching underserved communities. It was founded in 2022 by Christian Nwachukwu and Odianosen-Joy Peter.

  2. Acceede  : Acceede is a flexible payment platform for schools founded in 2022 by Timilehin Adeoye and Emmanuel Adeboje.

  3. Apisentry Solutions : Apisentry Solutions is a unified and advanced AI powered API security solution that is the first to consolidate different security products into one solution, and using AI modeling, can detect non-signature based vulnerabilities. It was founded in 2023 by Sylvia Onwukwe and Emmanuel Ezehiwele.

  4. Beezop : Beezop, founded in 2021 by Charles Dairo, Marieanne Atim and Hope Uwa, automates employee training and management.

  5. Bunce : Bunce is a data driven engagement platform enabling businesses to grow what is most important - revenue and customer retention. It was founded in 2021 by Paul Ayuk and Oluwadamilola Soladoye.

  6. Edusko : Edusko is a one-stop solution that matches African students with the right k-12 private schools and helps finance their education affordably. It was founded in 2021 by Jide Ayegbusi and Peace Oluwatade .

  7. Eight Medical : Eight Medical is a network of pre-hospital care professionals that provide urgent and emergency care when it matters most. It was founded in 2021 by Ibukun Tunde-Oni.

  8. Fullgap: Fullgap is a business management tool for small businesses. It was founded in 2023 by Victor Fatanmi and Bolaji Fawole.

  9. Mida Africa : Mida Africa is an AI-powered ethical debt collection for Africa, founded in 2023 by Adija Uzodinma, Okeroghene Egbi and Mayowa Anibaba.

  10. Pave HQ : Lanre Ogundipe and Oluwasoji Sanyaolu are the founders of Pave HQ, a digital learning and career ecosystem. It was founded in 2022.

  11. Preggify: Preggify is a 24-hour doctor-led care for pregnant women founded in 2022 by Ifunanya  Igweze and Temitayo Daniel.

  12. Regxta: Regxta is an inclusive digital platform that offers quick and easy access to financial services for unbanked individuals and micro-businesses in rural and peri-urban communities across Africa. It was founded in 2021 by Rukayat Bello, Afis Bello, and Moses Obika.

  13. Sendstack: Sendstack provides businesses with digital tools that automates logistics workflows, manage multiple delivery partners & optimize communication processes to fulfil more demand efficiently. It was founded in 2021 by Ifeoma Nwobu and Emeka Mba-Kalu.

  14. Sync!: Sync! is a teamwork management tool for ambitious entrepreneurs who want to take ambiguity out of the workplace and replace it with a synergy. It was founded in 2021 by Princess Edokpayi and Kristin Wilson.

  15. Trade Lenda: Founded in 2021 by Adeshina Adewumi and Oluwatosin Ayodele, Trade Lenda is a digital financial services providing credit to online and offline MSMEs in the supply value chain sector in Nigeria. 

“This year's evaluation and selection process was exceptionally rigorous. From over 1,000 applications received, the team faced the challenging task of selecting these finalists from an impressive pool of innovative and high-quality entries.” Dr Odiong Akpan, Pitch2Win Program Director and Managing Partner at Ubulu Africa.

Pitch2Win4 - June 12, 2024

This year, Pitch2Win is set to bring together more than 200 innovators, startup founders, investors, regulators, and distinguished Nigerian and international guests. In addition to the pitch competition, Pitch2Win features inspiring keynote speeches, expert panel discussions, fireside chats and more. For the $10,000 prize money and an all-expense-paid trip to IVS2024 Kyoto, Japan, the finalists will pitch their solutions and be evaluated by a panel of judges comprising investors, industry experts, and leading tech founders.

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