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Top 6 Accelerators and Incubators Investing in Kenya

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There’s no doubt that the startup scene in Kenya is unique.

Dozens of successful startups have been incubated or accelerated there over the years.

So whether you’re looking to start your own business, or just interested in learning about accelerators and incubators from Kenya, here’s an extensive list of 6 investing there.


6 Accelerators and Incubators in Kenya

1) The Baobab Network

1) The Baobab Network

The Baobab Network is a tech accelerator in Africa that supports early-stage startups.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Nairobi
  • Started in: 2015
  • Founders: Toby Hanington, Tom Fairburn
  • Industries: Banking, Consulting, Crowdfunding, Financial Services, Impact Investing, Information Technology, Location Based Services
  • Number of investments: 18
  • Number of exits: 1

You can find their website here.

2) Catalyst Fund

2) Catalyst Fund

Catalyst Fund helps early-stage entrepreneurs develop innovative Fintech solutions for the 3 billion people in emerging economies that are underserved.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Nairobi
  • Started in: 2016
  • Industries: Emerging Markets, Finance, Financial Services, FinTech
  • Number of investments: 56
  • Number of exits: 1
  • Accelerator Duration (in weeks): 26

You can find their website here.

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3) 88mph.ac

3) 88mph.ac

In the African market, 88mph invests in early-stage web and mobile firms.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Nairobi
  • Started in: 2011
  • Founders: Kresten Buch
  • Industries: Financial Services, Mobile, Web Browsers
  • Number of investments: 30
  • Number of exits: 1
  • Accelerator Duration (in weeks): 12

You can find their website here.

4) Spring Accelerator

4) Spring Accelerator

A groundbreaking accelerator that supports businesses and services that have the potential to impact the lives of adolescent girls through their products and services.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Nairobi
  • Started in: 2015
  • Number of investments: 49
  • Number of exits: 2
  • Accelerator Duration (in weeks): 24

You can find their website here.

5) Nailab Accelerator

5) Nailab Accelerator

Nailab is a company incubator that focuses on creating creative technology-driven ideas through its entrepreneurship program.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Nairobi
  • Started in: 2010
  • Industries: Information Services, Information Technology
  • Number of investments: 1

You can find their website here.

6) Food AFrica Accelerator

6) Food AFrica Accelerator

The Food AFrica Accelerator is a program that fosters innovation in order to improve food security in Africa.

Details of the startup:

  • City: Nairobi
  • Number of investments: 11
  • Accelerator Duration (in weeks): 10

You can find their website here.

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