‘Total’ Launches Startupper of the Year Challenge in Almost 60 Countries
Total is back with its Startupper of the Year challenge in almost 60 countries worldwide. The first edition was held in 2015 and was only limited to African countries, but is now extended to many more countries, including Pakistan.
The challenge is part of Total’s commitment to capacity-building in third-world countries by enabling young entrepreneurs to turn ideas into reality.
The challenge is open for all start-up enterprises that are working to alleviate social problems and create a positive impact in their communities. However, the start-ups need to be less than 2 years old and the start-up owners should be between the age bracket of 18 to 35 years. In addition to that, the idea that the start-up brings to the table should be innovative, feasible and have the potential to benefit the community at large.
The three winners from each country will be offered financial support, professional coaching and worldwide publicity. Total will also select the six best ideas amongst the winners who will be declared the Grand Regional Winners. However, that’s not all.
Total has also included a Top Female Entrepreneur category this year in order to encourage female entrepreneurs to participate in the challenge.
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— Sudrish Khan (@SudrishK) October 22, 2018