In a world of ever-changing economies, more and more young people are looking for a way out of their dead-end desk jobs and the typical nine-to-five routine. In fact, as an alternative to the current work culture, many look forward to starting their own businesses, but the road towards this is not an easy one. Many great and hard-thought business ideas do not always make it in the real world because entrepreneurs lack sufficient experience. One incubator wants to change the norm, and here is how.
The fourth cohort of EGBANK’s MINT startup incubator just had its demo day on the 1st of December, marking the end of another cycle of learning and sharing of expertise.
For the past three months, a number of Egypt’s leading entrepreneurs have been working closely with mentors on developing their business strategy, enhancing their product-market fit, and increasing their customer traction.
With a three-month pre-seed incubation program, MINT Incubator is designed for startups at the MVP stage. Furthermore, the incubator offers many advantages to its participants, such as entrepreneur-led workshops, one-on-one mentorship, a number of free and discounted services provided by MINT Incubator’s diverse list of partners, and much more!
The MINT incubator was created by EGBANK in cooperation with The Cairo Angels in an effort to help the upcoming generation of entrepreneurs become familiar with the surrounding market and its needs.
Through an extensive network of partners during and after their incubation, startups are introduced to a wide and diverse network of investors, banking professionals, mentors, and entrepreneurs as well as different stakeholders from the ecosystem.
On demo day, startups pitch their ideas and services to an audience of investors, offering many promising entrepreneurs a step on the path to self-sustenance.