Pitch your business or idea for a chance to secure a R2 million entrepreneurial package.

AlphaCode Incubate, in partnership with Bank of America Merrill Lynch South Africa and Royal Bafokeng Holdings, is offering a 12-month tailored financial services programme to entrepreneurs.

Apply now for an opportunity to present at our pitch night, where you stand a chance to win R1 million grant funding and office space at AlphaCode's exclusive Sandton co-working space. You'll also be able to access our comprehensive business support services and unrivalled networks and experts, potential clients, thought leaders and capital throughout the tailored programme.

 
 
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R1 MIL

grant funding
 

R1 million in grant funding to transition your business to the next stage, pay yourself a salary or grow your team.

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ALPHACODE INCUBATE

 

Participation in a R500 000 12-month tailored financial services programme. This will provide you with personalised mentorship from those who have gone before you, monthly expert-led guild sessions, access to a cohort of like-minded entrepreneurs, Rand Merchant Investment Holdings' extensive network of thought leaders, potential clients and capital.

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OFFICE
SPACE

 

Free office space, worth R250 000, for 12 months in a centrally-located premium co-working environment in Sandton.

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BUSINESS SUPPORT SERVICES

 
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Access to R250 000 worth of expert marketing, legal, regulatory and technology services.

 
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WHAT TO
EXPECT?

IMPORTANT DATES
  • Call for applications 30 July
  • Application close 7 Sep
  • Shortlist notified 30 Sep
  • Pitch clinic 8 Oct
  • Final pitch 18 Oct
  • Programme begins 1 Nov

WHO SHOULD APPLY?

  • Entrepreneurs with innovative financial services business models i.e., payments, insurance, savings and investments, advisory, data analytics, blockchain.

  • Entrepreneurs with an early stage idea, concept or business not older than 2 years.

  • Entrepreneurs with courage and resilience to make the idea, concept or business a success.

  • Must be black-owned (at least 51% owned and managed by black South Africans).

APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED
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LET THE HUSTLE BEGIN