The Founder Institute-Sterling Bank Fellowship & Pitchathon for Tech Founders
The Founder Institute, the world’s largest pre-seed accelerator, is proud to offer the best applicants from the Sterling Bank community with the Sterling Bank Fellowship to participate in the Lagos Fall 2022 program for free ($299 USD value).
Through this offer, anyone with a pre-seed startup or an idea can apply to the Founder Institute for free below, and the best applicants who are accepted will receive a fellowship to the Lagos chapter of the global accelerator program.
The Founder Institute helps you get to traction and funding with a support network of startup experts that are invested in your success, and through a structured business-building process that has helped alumni raise over $1.75BN. Through the combined benefits of the Founder Institute and Sterling Bank we create an unparalleled global support network for early-stage founders to impact the present and influence the future:
- A combined global community of over 15,000 mentors and thousands of alumni
- Comprehensive education and structured support programs from the idea stage to the funding/ growth stage
- Over $3M in Partner Deals and Resources
The Founder Institute-Sterling Bank Fellowship Requirements
- The Founder Institute focuses on helping tech or tech-enabled businesses at the pre-seed stage, including both solo-founders and teams.
- This includes established businesses that are pre-funding and traction, MVP and prototype-stage projects, and even part-time founders with just ideas.
The Founder Institute-Sterling Bank Fellowship Application Deadline
The Founder Institute-Sterling Bank Fellowship Application Deadline is on June 30, 2022
The Founder Institute-Sterling Bank Fellowship Benefits
Receive scholarships (up to $1,000)Have the opportunity to pitch their ideas to top startup expertsReceive support across important areas like tech infrastructure, market access, legal
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the Founder Institute-Sterling Bank Fellowship