22 Jul SpeedUpAfrica
We are proud to announce that Haller was one of startups selected by SpeedUpAfrica to participate in it competitive four-day growth and investment boot camp for digital technology start-ups in Africa on the 6th of July 2016.
The event hosts over 80 startups and was attended by American venture capital investor Timothy Draper. With support from partner British Airways, Haller CEO Alia Malik flew to Ghana to partake in the dynamic and much sought after event that grants access to an international network of relevant mentors, like-minded partners, and investors in the digital tech industry all in a dynamic and fun environment.
On July 22, Haller Farmers App was named as a Featured Startup – one of the 24 start-ups to watch and one of six outstanding startups to receive the SpeedUPAfrica Prize – a nomination from SpeedUPAfrica to be a Singularity University Impact Fellow!