iDEA Incubator & Accelerator Currently Accepting Applications

iDEA Incubator & Accelerator currently accepting applications

iDEA Nigeria is accepting applications to it’s incubator and accelerator

Apply to join the accelerator here

Business Incubation

iDEA has opened up applications to its incubator program. The incubator supports early stage tech entrepreneurs for up to one year with infrastructure, mentorship, business advisory and professional services in order to help validate the market and build the right product. Apply here until December 18th. Find out more information on the website.

A few Startups currently incubated

Sabaoth Technologies

APMIS (All Purpose Medical Information System) is a healthcare platform by Sabaoth, which allows healthcare facilities to capture, store and exchange relevant data easily, securely and at a low cost.

Revocube school management software by Revocube helps educators manage and automate several school processes. The Startup has now acquired over 1785 students, 729 parents, 133 staff across 8 Schools.


A web and mobile platform to buy and sell African audio books.

Apply to join the incubator here.

Business Acceleration

The iDEA Acceleration Program is a 14-week sprint consisting of 3 modules; Design, Build, Pitch, which gets startups to launch, grow market share, and raise funding. The program consists of 14 mentor-led sessions, one of which holds every week. Experienced mentors, who look to impart knowledge, share experience, facilitate access and drive business performance, lead the sessions. We rely on mentors who have achieved outstanding business performance in Nigeria, while leading large organizations or creating their own very successful businesses. We now rely on a pool of over 80 expert mentors.

The simple objective of the iDEA program is to let you focus on running your business better, while providing you with many resources to help you succeed faster. We take a 6% stake in startups accepted into the program, in exchange for the benefits of the program and 10,000 USD.

The culmination of our Accelerator Program is Demo Day, an event where we present startups finishing the program to investors, and the larger ecosystem.

Current Accelerator co-hort

Playspread – Monitors on-air activity on traditional and new media for advertisers and artists such.

Jara Mobile – An app for buying airtime and making everyday bill payments. Jara rewards all users with freebies of the best deals in town everytime it’s used.

RAMP – A web and mobile application for real estate managers to manage real estate leases, billing, communications, payments.

Apply to join the accelerator here.

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