Founders of the tech bridging hub, Tech Advocacy Network will be pitching their ideas to investors and partners on the 29th of April 2017 at the iSPACE Foundation – Accra including 18 other startups, after a successful three month of coding and mentoring program.
The event is to identify technological innovations of young individuals and also to help impact positively into societies.
Speaking at the 2nd day of the pitching, the co-founder of iSPACE, Josiah Kwesi Eyison expressed his gratitude to already pitched startups and assured to support all along their career path.
According to him iSPACE though working with numbers won’t leave anyone behind the process. “don’t think if you don’t make it to the 10 then your dream is over, no!” “we tell you why you couldn’t make it, give you a time-frame or timeline to go and get everything ready then push you forward”.
Josiah Kwesi Eyison is however visioned to see all entrepreneurs succeed within the next 10-15 years to change the economy of Ghana.
However founders of Ta-Network, Nana Safo and Florence Asare Williams are seriously preparing towards the program.
According to them, the enabling environment at iSPACE doesn’t make this program a competitive one but a way of expressing their innovation for other related mentorship and support.
As quoted by our co-startups, iSPACE is a real home.