Oracle and the Government of Ghana have established a new collaborative partnership to support technology-enabled startups and entrepreneurs across Ghana.
Announced during a launch event in Accra on April 4, the Ghana Oracle Digital Enterprise Program leverages resources from Oracle’s global startup program to support 500 local startups with access to Oracle Cloud technology, mentoring, workshops, marketing and business-enablement resources.
Oracle’s global startup program is a unique acceleration program for startups that puts the vast technology and business resources of Oracle behind emerging businesses to help them scale and succeed.
The global program, which does not take equity, serves startups at scale by enabling next-generation growth, business development, and drives cloud-based ingenuity for startups, customers, and Oracle creating a virtuous cycle of innovation.
A core tenet of Oracle’s startup program is to support global and diverse startups regardless of location, helping to reach and enable entrepreneurs across every corner of the world, especially those in emerging markets.
Employees from Oracle’s global startup program and Oracle Africa have been working closely for months to create an initiative that leverages the best resources from Oracle’s startup program coupled with the support of the government and local innovation hubs to enable 500 emerging companies to scale and grow their businesses.
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