Forbes recently launched its first Digital Startup Accelerator Program in Nigeria and our brand, Autosparkle, got selected as one of less than 200 businesses out of more than 5000 applications.
According to the company, it is an initiative of Forbes 8, a Netflix for entrepreneurs community that provides access to its top business mogul community.
Powered by the Global Startup Ecosystem, this is Nigeria’s first digital startup accelerator.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic that truly hit a number of businesses hard, Forbes is asking founders necessary questions to determine if their business was affected and if businesses and organisations are really prepared for what’s coming.
To shed some light on this, the company, via its digital accelerator, is looking for promising businesses to support in Nigeria. This opportunity is mainly for scaling companies, SMEs (Small and medium-sized enterprises) and to show them how to make it and thrive in today’s pandemic-hit world.
This selection is a great development for us as a fast-rising company to be one of the world’s topmost in the automobile care industry, especially with our uncommon eco-friendly approach.
The Top 10 most-voted founders will pitch to the Forbes team and global digital audience at the Forbes Nigeria Summit on the 25th of June, 2020.
We are really excited to be picked by such a great platform like Forbes. We’re sure this has been every small business owner’s dream at some point. But you all also have a part to play to help us make this dream come true. To support a small Nigerian business with your best interests at heart, we will need you to come together and vote for us. To do that, please click here.
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