Four startups have been admitted into the accelerator programme of the Nigerian government-funded accelerator and incubator, iDea Nigeria.

This is iDea’s second accelerator cohort. Its inaugural class of four startups, graduated in June after four months in the accelerator programme.

The startups are Pali, a web platform where companies order custom packaging for their products; Jara mobile, an airtime recharge app that gives users discounts at partners stores; Playspread, a social media ads analytics tool, and RAMP (short for Residents Administration Management Portal), a tool for estate managers to manage real estate leases, billing, communications and payments.

“We’re excited to welcome these 4 new companies into our accelerator for the August to December 2015 cohort,” iDea said.

The accelerator will run for four months, just like the previous one and startups admitted into the programme will gain access to investment, mentorship and business development, according to iDea.  

iDea has been known to receive 6% in equity from startups for support and investment. iDea also recently launched its Open House Programme that allows students and freelancers use its facilities for free on the last Fridays and Saturdays of every month. .

Image via: iDea Nigeria

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