GLU wins a position on the 2019 UK Go Global Africa program

The UK government’s Global Entrepreneur Programme (GEP) helps high-growth overseas companies relocate to the UK. In 2019 GLU was selected into the South African cohort of the GEP Go Global program. Twenty of Africa’s innovative and exciting tech startups took part in the first Go Global Africa programme in London.

March 25, 2019 6:01 pm

Go Global building links with the UK’s thriving tech sector

Innovative tech startups from Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa arrive in London today for two-week programme to help take their business to the next level. The aim was to create a mutually beneficial partnership with Africa which helps develop new tech to solve local and global issues and pave the way for future trade. The Programme is part of the ambitious new UK-Africa Innovation Partnerships announced by Prime Minister Theresa May in August 2018. The startups, selected from more than 400 applicants, are developing cutting-edge products and services in industries including fintech, healthcare, agritech and water management. They will receive coaching from pitching experts Enterprise Academy, a public speaking masterclass, and advice on scaling up from PriceWaterHouseCoopers dedicated startup team and the Natwest Fintech Accelerator.

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