So you’re a vibrant entrepreneur that wants to create a positive impact in society. You’ve come up with a brilliant idea that could change the world, and you want to
Did you know that an African American woman pioneered 3D technology? and another black woman found the first working cure for leprosy? Women have contributed significantly to the advancement of science and tech but we rarely hear about it. Here’s a blog showing you some great inventions you didn’t know were by women of colour!
You have been on your entrepreneurship journey for a while now. Things were rocky at first, you encountered many challenges along the way, you had sleepless nights trying to figure
Program expected to build capacity and inject investment into Blue economy startups from Africa Women and youth-owned ocean-based enterprises key target NAIROBI, KENYA June 29th, 2021… Norwegian-based accelerator Pangea has
The program aims to enable more African entrepreneurs to gain access to the capital they need to move to scale their business Successful start-ups to tap into the vast networks
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 receive this funding at such
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 the seven winners. The engineer
This month at Pangea, we have been running a series on the amazing women who make up the Pangea team. We had a chat with the Chair of The Board
Eleven Kenyan agribusinesses tackling food security have been selected for the Food Africa Accelerator program in Kenya. The three-month accelerator program will support these women and youth-led agribusinesses towards the
Nzambi Matee, founder of Gjenge Makers and part of the ShelterTech Accelerator Kenya program was recently selected as one of seven global finalists in the Young Champions of the Earth
Pangea was recently featured by EU- Startups, as one of the 10 key players shaping the path for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) founders in Europe. These players have
Our alumni startup, Helpmum has been selected for the Facebook Community Accelerator 2020 cohort. The accelerator is looking to support and provide guidance to community leaders on how to grow
From May 26th – 29th May, we hosted the first Africa Urban Tech Digital Summit with our partners UN-Habitat, British High Commission to Kenya, and Habitat for Humanity. Watch the sessions
WorkPay Africa, one of the startups we accelerated and invested at Pangea, was accepted into the latest cohort Y Combinator (YC), one of the most prestigious startup seed accelerators globally.
We were at UN HABITAT World Cities Day 2019 in Yekaterinburg, Russia represented by our Country Director, Anne Lawi. This year’s World Cities Day sought to explore challenges and identify
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25TH AT FOLK, OSLO Across Sub-Saharan Africa, phones now act as banks for millions of Africans who do not have access to traditional banks. People can buy solar
Agriculture in Kenya continues to play a significant role in the country’s economy. According to FAO, the sector accounts for 26% of the gross domestic product (GDP) and another 27%
Pangea, a platform connecting African startups with international investment & expertise, has shortlisted 11 start-ups who will be considered for funding. The 11 start-ups companies are drawn from Kenya (9),
We are happy to announce that the application round to join The Pangea Accelerator in Nairobi is open. The program enables African startups to take it to the next level