Who are we ?
A youth Productivity, Innovation and Business Incubation Center at Mzuzu University. We focus on helping young people witch ICT bussiness ideas to navigate the process of taking their idea to the market . Additionally, the incubation center support start-ups in their very first steps to develop and refine their ideas. Hence, we exist to provide necessary support including skills and mentorship, financial and mentorship to enable these startups to takeoff. We believe supporting the country’s young innovators and entrepreneurs can help Malawi leapfrog in development by providing sustainable development solutions. we provide necessary support including skills and mentorship, financial and mentorship to enable these startups to takeoff .We support ICT ideas in the following fields, which have attracted much interest worldwide, which would eventually add to the start-ups base able to provide employment to other youths:
Why we Exist?
To help address the many development challenges that Malawi is facing by providing vocational and entrepreneurship skills. We want to help in reducing unempoleyement among Malawian youth
we want to be in the forefront generating innovative startup ideas and turning them into viable business ventures that can help address these challenges while creating jobs, access to markets, and overall contribution to economy.
we want to bridge the gap between startups and funders, provide support (financial, spaces, technical guidance, trainings etc. to aspiring innovators and startups to enhance a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem. We want to help bring the right skills to Malawian youth and support entrepreneurship ideas to enable gainful employment and inclusive development.
As venture capital funding platform
We recomend start ups to the govenment for seed for ideas that have potential to help Malawi to leapfrog in development. We offer affiliation program and seed capital to deserving talented youths who would otherwise fail to realize the fruits of their breakthrough ideas due to lack of funding which is the number one challenge to Africa’s start up ecosystem.