KWELY wins The 2022 MEST Africa Challenge
MEST is a pan-African software and entrepreneurship training program, seed fund, and incubator helping to launch technology startups across the continent. It was founded in Ghana in 2008 by serial entrepreneur Jorn Lyseggen. MEST is a 12-month program that provides critical skills training in software development, business, and communications to Africa’s burgeoning tech talent. It also provides seed funding for
Kwely under the spotlight at EMERGING Valley in Marseille, France
Emerging Valley is a Hub of innovations between Europe and Africa. For the last 6 years, it has been holding an international summit that attracts investors, African startups and emerging digital ecosystems in Marseille, France. This year, the Founder of Kwely, Birame Sock was invited to the meeting of great African Tech Leaders to speak about her journey as an
15 Senegal based local brands selected to get their products ready for export.
The potential of goods from Africa is undeniable, yet in a context of globalization, their export remains relatively low. Despite the strong international interest in African products, especially in the food, cosmetics and textile sectors, some barriers slow down their competitiveness on the international arena. Through the TEKKI Program, KWELY aims to support local brands to ease the export of