Microsoft is partnering with the Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P) to provide Moroccan student developers, startups, and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with training, resources, and technology.
Microsoft and UM6P will develop a curriculum to skill up Moroccan student developers to prepare them for the job market. Startups incubated at the UM6P Africa Transformation OfficeMicrosoft Africa Transformation OfficeMicrosoft Entrepreneurship for Positive Impact programMicrosoft Founder HubMicrosoft Founders HubMicrosoft MoroccoMorocan developerMoroccoMorocco startupsmall and medium businessSMEsstudent developersUM6PUM6P Morocco Click to find out more
Microsoft names Kunle Awosika as the new Managing Director of the Africa Transformation Office (ATO) in a new reorganization to optimize its operations in Africa to scale impact. He succeeds Wael Elkabbany, who now heads Microsoft's new Africa Regional Cluster (ARC) subsidiary. Kunle will lead the ATO subsidiary with a AfricaAfrica Transformation OfficeATOKunle AwosikamicrosoftMicrosoft AfricaMicrosoft Africa Transformation OfficeMicrosoft ATOMicrosoft Managing DirectorMicrosoft MD Click to find out more
Microsoft wants to accelerate the growth of startups in Africa and fast-track investment in Africa’s startup ecosystem. By providing support to 10,000 startups over the next five years to enable them grow. A new partnership with accelerators, tech hubs and incubators across Africa including Grindstone, Greenhouse, FlapMax and Seedstars will AfricaAfrica Development CenterAfrica startupAfrica Transformation OfficeAfrican startupFounder HubmicrosoftMicrosoft AfricaMicrosoft Africa Development CenterMicrosoft Africa Transformation OfficeMicrosoft for StartupsMicrosoft Startups Founder Hubstartupstartupsstartups Microsoft Click to find out more
Microsoft is bringing the Startups Founders Hub to startups in Africa through new initiatives by the Africa Transformation Office. The Founders Hub tries to remove traditional barriers that startups face when building a company. African startups will be able to get free access to technology, coaching, and support to hit AfricaAfrica startupAfrica Transformation OfficeAfrican startupFounder HubmicrosoftMicrosoft AfricaMicrosoft Africa Transformation OfficeMicrosoft for StartupsMicrosoft Startups Founder Hubstartupstartupsstartups Microsoft Click to find out more
Microsoft is announcing plans to support African startups with $500 million in potential funding in partnership with venture capital investors to enable them to rapidly scale using investment funding. This is part of new initiatives under its Africa Transformation Office to accelerate the growth of 10,000 African startups over the AfricaAfrica startupAfrica Transformation OfficeAfrican startupsmicrosoftMicrosoft AfricaMicrosoft Africa Transformation OfficeMicrosoft for StartupsMicrosoft fundMicrosoft funding Africastartupstartups Click to find out more