Rapidly find Innovative Solutions to Circular Economy Challenges in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa

Posted on: 03/08/2021

The KTN Global Alliance Africa project is a six-year project funded by UK Aid through Innovate UK (GCRF) and FCDO that aims to promote job creation, inclusive growth and poverty reduction through knowledge transfer, skills building and opportunities to support businesses and innovations that can deliver scalable impact.

We are looking for Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa based companies wanting to find rapid innovative solutions to their industry challenges.

Deadline to apply: 14 September 2021.

Get in touch if you are:

  • A company with an industry challenge that would benefit from cross-sector solutions
  • A large Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa-based company looking to solve Circular Economy challenges, meeting the following criteria:
    • Kenya: a workforce size of over 50 employees and/or an annual turnover of over KES 25 million
    • Nigeria: a workforce size of over 50 employees and/or an annual turnover of over NGN 100 million
    • South Africa: a workforce size of over 50 employees and/or an annual turnover of R 50 million

We will help you to define your challenge, translate it into a technical problem statement, launch it for public competition and, through a selection process, find the best solution out there!

Download the Circular Economy Africa iX Challenge brochure here, or contact us directly for more information: ix@ktn-global.org.

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