The Standard Chartered Women in Tech incubator is specifically designed to provide business incubation support for women-led or women -owned businesses that leverage technology.
The project, currently running in Kenya, Nigeria, UAE, and Pakistan, aims to promote more diversity of thought and innovation in the technology sector and provide more opportunities for women applying technology in their operations to develop entrepreneurial excellence.
The programme comprises business advisory and financial interventions, including: GCIC’s highly acclaimed (i) High-Value Mini MBA program, (ii) Women Entrepreneurs’ Transformation Programme, (iii) opportunities to pitch for and secure financial grants for scaling up their business, and (iv) access to portfolio managers.
Initiated by Standard Chartered Bank Ghana, in partnership with the Ghana Climate Innovation Centre, the SC Women in Tech business incubator will run for a duration of 9 months.
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Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited is Ghana’s premier bank drawing its history from the Bank of British West Africa established in 1896. We are part of a leading international banking group, with a presence in 59 of the world’s most dynamic markets and serving clients in a further 85. Our purpose is to drive commerce and prosperity through our unique diversity.
Our heritage and values are expressed in our brand promise, Here for good. We are committed to promoting economic and social development, doing so sustainably and equitably in line with our purpose.
The Bank is made up of client segments supported by functions. Standard Chartered Bank Ghana Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange.
Ghana Climate Innovation Centre (GCIC) is a pioneering business incubator with a unique focus of developing sustainable enterprises and climate-responsive SME ventures and entrepreneurs in Ghana. Our mission is to develop and support an exceptional set of transformational ventures and entrepreneurs who are pioneering innovation and adaptive or mitigating solutions for economic resilience and climate change issues in Ghana. We do this with a focus on key economic sectors, the provision of premium business advisory and business mentoring services, technical support in the development, prototyping and testing of their innovation, as well as financial grants to qualifying SMEs within our incubator.