IKEA Foundation O-Farms Accelerator Program

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IKEA Foundation O-Farms Accelerator Program 2021

IKEA Foundation O-Farms Accelerator Program for Kenya Agribusiness via Afrokonnect. O-Farms is an African SME accelerator completely focused on circular agribusiness, their goal is making circularity a mainstream approach for improved rural livelihoods and sustainability.

It is an initiative funded by the IKEA Foundation to help scale circular agribusiness innovations in East Africa, the O-Farms, led by Bopinc and Village Capital is focused on accelerating the next generation of innovative circular agribusinesses in Ethiopia and Kenya.

Agri-circularity creates a more sustainable food system that drives innovation through developing innovative business models that reduce agricultural losses, thereby creating new economic opportunities and jobs in the region.

In this regard, Kenya is able to sustainably feed its growing population, without depleting the natural resources. Doing so, O-Farms will build innovation support infrastructure that enables circular agribusiness to grow and develop.

IKEA Foundation O-Farms Accelerator Program 2021

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA – IKEA Foundation O-Farms Accelerator Program

  • Be an enterprise in the agricultural sector
  • Have an innovative or disruptive solution / business model that reduces food losses
  • Be a growth stage enterprise with an existing customer base (post revenue)
  • Be a Kenyan registered enterprise with at least one of the founding team members being Kenyan

How to Apply for IKEA Foundation O-Farms Accelerator Program for Kenya Agribusiness

IKEA Foundation O-Farms Accelerator Program 2021

The call for applications is open till the Midnight EAT. NB: Only online applications will be reviewed and accepted. Any queries? Please send an email to accelerator.kenya@e4impact.org. For More Information: Visit the Official Webpage of the O-Farm’s Accelerator Program

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