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Ghanaian Startups Gain Support from Mastercard Foundation & MEST

MEST, in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation, has announced the top three performing Ghanaian tech startups that recently graduated from its Beta 2020 cohort of the MEST Accelerator program. The program aims to equip early-stage ventures with the skills and resources they require to accelerate their growth. These top performing startups will receive equity-free grant funding and support that will enable them  to address urgent needs and expand their operations. Learn more

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The Bosea team (working on a product called "Credify") along with Wegoo and Motito are the top three performing Ghanaian tech startups that recently graduated from the Beta 2020 cohort of the MEST Accelerator program in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation. The startups with equity-free grant funding and support that will enable them to address urgent needs and expand their operations.

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