Google today announced applications for the third edition of its Black Founders Fund for startups in Africa.
The fund will be dedicating $4million for distribution to successful black founded startups. The winners will go home with $100,000 in equity free cash and up to $200,000 in Google Cloud credit.
The head of Google Startup Ecosystem for Sub-Saharan Africa, Folarin Aiyegbusi, made this known today in Lagos.
To be eligible, startups need to be operating and headquarted in Africa or having a legal presence in Africa. In addition, startups need to be early stage with black or diverse founding teams.
60 startups were picked for the fund in 2022
Here is the link to apply : https://goo.gle/ApplyforBFFAfrica