Rwandan tech incubator, Think, has begun welcoming applications for the 2nd cohort of African tech startups for its 6-month accelerator program.

In an official statement made available to Tech Cabal, Think says it seeks to support exceptional tech startups to develop innovative digital solutions.

Think’s sponsor, Millicom-owned Tigo, is upbeat about the second edition of the programme. Tongai Maramba, General Manager, Tigo Rwanda said, “We are excited to welcome the 2nd cohort of entrepreneurs at Think. The first batch of talents at Think has set the bar high.  We are looking forward to meeting the next cohort of tech entrepreneurs who are leading digital innovation for Africa.”

In this cohort, Think will select up to five new companies through a competitive selection process. Selected companies, according to Think, will have access to all of Think’s resources including equity investment from Millicom, structured training, professional coaching, access to Tigo’s technical resources, and support in accessing external investors and customers.

Application is open through 21 February, 2015. Hop over to the Think website for further details.

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