KaCyber Technologies selected among the Twelve African tech startups for the FAST Startup Accelerator
KaCyber is in the space of holistic logistics and transportation using its digital ticketing, innovation and other advanced technologies to invigorate growth and equity for all stakeholders. KaCyber currently operates in Uganda and Senegal, making giant strides in both markets.
KaCyberApp is proud to be among the Twelve African tech startups selected for the FAST startup Accelerator, created by Microsoft in partnership with Flapmax. The Programme is designed to strengthen and scale Africa’s digital ecosystem.
Flapmax says over 800 applications from 25 countries in Africa were received for the first FAST accelerator cohort. With the highest number of applications coming from Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, Ghana, and Egypt. Industries represented by the application pool included AgTech, EdTech, HealthTech, FinTech, and more.
The top 100 startups from the FAST applicant pool will receive complimentary access to the Flapmax Learn platform, including the accelerator learning modules and masterclasses.
Beginning March 21, the FAST accelerator cohort will engage in a broad range of activities, including training, business development, cloud & AI integration, fundraising and community-building events designed to help them scale rapidly and sustainably. Microsoft engineering team members will work one-on-one with participants on co-innovation projects ranging from product integrations to new offerings. With the help of the Flapmax engineering team, the startup founders will access new technology tools and services.
It began on March 21st with participants from 6 different countries, serving 9 industries, and including 2 female founders.
Other startups selected for the FAST startup Accelerator include:
- Kenya’s SILQU– Advanced prop tech platform in real estate and technology.
- Kenya’s Snark Health – Partner with your doctor. Leverage your data. Pay less.
- Kenya’s K-12 EdTech – Kindergarten to 12th-grade education app
- Kenya’s Taimba – East Africa’s first Data-driven food supply chain platform
- Nigeria’s Caspa Technology– Online platform to buy and sell invoices for businesses in Africa
- Nigeria’s LegitCar – Building Africa’s biggest vehicle data service
- Nigeria’s Pade HCM – Automated HR for all African businesses
- Nigeria’s DayDone – eCommerce platform digitising the agriculture market
- Tanzania’s Tumaini La Maisha – Pediatric Oncology services
- Ghana’s Wala Digital Health – Platform for hospitals to access blood and save lives
- Egypt’s VAIS – Comprehensive precision agriculture platform powered by AI & earth observation