|The Royal Academy of Engineering announced the winner of the 2021 Africa Prize on 8 July, Noël N’Guessan. The Academy is now looking for their next group of innovators.|
Do you have a new technological innovation? Are you in the process of developing one? Visit the Africa Prize website to see if you qualify to enter for the competition.
|The closing date for the #AfricaPrize is 20 July 2021|
|The Prize is aimed at entrepreneurs, scientists, technologists and creators from sub-Saharan Africa|
The closing date for the 2022 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation is Tuesday, 20 July 2021.
The Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, founded by the Royal Academy of Engineering, awards crucial commercialisation support to ambitious African innovators developing scalable engineering solutions to local challenges.
Shortlisted applicants will receive a seven-month package of tailored training and mentoring to help them achieve commercial success from their innovation.
Support will cover a range of topics, including media, pitching, business development, networking and social innovation.
If you have any questions please read the eligibility criteria and visit the Africa Prize FAQs page or email the Africa Prize team.