Why entrepreneurship in rising markets issues


The Seedstars World Competition, the largest global event for startups from emerging markets, is now live! look at it Here:

The tech entrepreneurship scene is largely dominated by western startup stories, unicorns with incredible reviews, and extremely charismatic founders. What about the rest of the world? More than 85% of the world’s population lives in so-called developing countries or so-called emerging countries. They arise because they bear deep historical burdens which in the past have prevented them from competing with international powers on a global scale. But they now have immense potential to lead the future of our planet.

That’s why this year TNW teamed up with Seedstars, a completely remote startup investor and accelerator that has been hosting the largest startup competition in emerging markets since 2013. After a startup selection process with over 5,000 applicants, over 90 local competitions and over 10 ecosystems at networking events, 20 regional selection events and five regional finals, only five startups are left to fight for the title of Seedstar Global Winner.

The winning startup will receive a $ 500,000 stock investment award and join Seedstars International’s investment portfolio, which currently includes 67 high-growth companies from over 30 emerging markets.

“We are very grateful to our partners and the global community who supported the realization of the competition this year despite all the challenges and physical limitations. This is the first time the tour is fully online. This shows the incredible willingness of entrepreneurs to roll up their sleeves and compete against thousands of other entrepreneurs from around the world, ”said Alisée de Tonnac, Co-CEO and Co-Founder of Seedstars.

It is this willingness and willingness to have a positive impact on their society that motivates these entrepreneurs to continue working despite the difficulties in their regions. It is imperative that more attention, resources and investment be devoted to the next generations who have the power to shape the future of our world.

This year’s global finalists are: PEGASI from Venezuela, TRUST from Uzbekistan, Finology from Malaysia, burden from Nigeria and Fulfillment bridge from Tunesia.

Follow the event and find out who is ahead. In addition to the competition, you will also get a panel discussion explaining how to keep pace with an ever-changing job market and how we can help entrepreneurs and institutions prepare for the future of work.

This event is made available to you by Seedstars together with their partners Canton of VAUD, HEG-FR: The School of Management Freiburg, Mada and Presence Switzerland.

Check out TNWs Write about the finalists to find out more and to cheer your favorite startup!