DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF AFRICAN ENTREPRENEURS.
Creating opportunities for startups and investors alike.
“Pangea is a Norwegian based accelerator program and an investment platform that matches African startups with investors. The accelerator creates an enabling environment, where African entrepreneurs can develop competence, access relevant network and capital in order to reach their full potential.”
Shelter Tech Accelerator with Habitat For Humanity, IKEA and BDO
Food Africa Accelerator
Food Africa Accelerator is an accelerator aimed at addressing food security through fostering innovation. The project is commissioned by GIZ Make IT in Africa, a project on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Food Africa Accelerator is implemented by @iBizAfrica and Pangea Accelerator.
The program is designed to support women and youth-owned, Agri based enterprises to sustain business growth through facilitating access to financing, business support, and technology adoption.
The Investment Program enlightens investors on investing in Africa and provides access to a larger community of investors.
Our versatile investment platform enables you to learn, invest and make an impact
What We Do
Pangea is an accelerator program and an investment platform that matches African startups with investors. We create an enabling environment, where African entrepreneurs can develop competence, access relevant network and capital in order to reach their full potential.
We produce local milestone based accelerator programs focusing on validation and scalability.
We hold investor programs, connecting leading African startups with local and foreign investors.
We present a series of events, centered around topics of African development, investing, startup ecosystems, and politics.
Pangea is involved in a variety of smaller and larger scale projects, in the fields of African development and urbanization.
Words From Our Partners
Housing start-ups from Kenya will receive funding to turn agricultural waste into affordable building material.
Mtamu Kililo, CEO and co-founder of MycoTile spoke elatedly at the news that they will receive funding from Kiernan Foundation. “We are so grateful to …
The Kenyan start-up Gjenge Makers receives award as Young Earth Champions 2020 by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) where Nzambi Matee was one of …
Background of the Project Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) through its support to Pangea Trust launches a Diaspora fundraising project that seeks to increase deployment …