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Seedstar has been up and all around the world , they have been in Africa and their most recent visit is to Bamako the capital city of Mali, this is the first time ever of seedstar will come to  mali but hopefully not last with aikocorp winning the first ever edition in Bamako.

Seed star is a switzerland based company who empowers startup companies after they’ve been put together against each other and the best have been shortlisted.

“Seedstars world is a part of the swiss group seedstar and they run startup competition covering sixty-five plus countries emerging and developing markets. their mission is to impact people’s lives in emerging markets through the promotion and investment in entrepreneurship and technology”

Seedstar Bamako took place on Sunday, September 4, 2016 with eight startups shortlisted to pitch

AikoCorp is a startup in the business of service providing, aikocorp allows hospitals and laboratories send medical results to patients confidentially through the use of SMS.

They outshone other startups present at the event in impact hub Bamako, transup were in second place, feuze, a motorcycle registration and insurance device came third.

Pharmoso, E-Keneya, AllianceJ, Orientkey, and HMV are the remaining startups who pitched at seedstar.

seedstar world bamako

Congratulations to aikoCorp has they have won themselves a chance to compete with startups from over 65 countries across the world  for  the grand prize of $1.5 million in equity investments at the Seedstars World summit in Switzerland later.  Other African startups that will be present at the world finals in geneva include kangpe who won in lagos Nigeria edition, chalkboard, accra ghana and south African edition winners will be present in geneva in april.

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