The "Smart City Startup Hub" program is a highly innovative initiative that aims to bridge the knowledge gap between Europe and Africa in the field of digital innovation hubs. The program is designed to bring together startups from both regions to share their knowledge, resources, and best practices, with the ultimate goal of fostering the development of smart, sustainable cities that benefit everyone. The program offers a range of resources to participating startups, including access to funding, mentorship, and training opportunities, as well as a platform to connect with potential investors, partners, and customers.
One of the key strengths of the "Smart City Startup Hub" program is its ability to facilitate cross-border collaboration and innovation. By connecting startups from different regions, the program enables them to share their unique perspectives and insights on the challenges and opportunities facing smart city development. This, in turn, helps to create a more diverse and dynamic ecosystem of digital innovation hubs that can drive the development of smart sustainable cities around the world. Ultimately, the "Smart City Startup Hub" program has the potential to transform the way we think about and approach urban development, paving the way for a more sustainable and prosperous future for everyone.
Partner Countries: Germany and Egypt, South Africa.
SCSH aims to bridge the knowledge gap between Europe and Africa in the topic of digital innovation hubs to develop smart, sustainable cities. The program connects startups from both regions to share knowledge, resources, and best practices, as well as access to funding, mentorship, and training. Through cross-border collaboration and innovation, the program has the potential to transform urban development for a more sustainable future.
This project is co-funded by a sub-grant under Horizon Europe - an EU funding program