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BioNanoTech CEO Joins Investment Jury for Women Who Tech COVID-19 Fund


Dr. Osuagwu is bringing his expertise to an amazing panel of experts and investors for the Women Who Tech COVID-19 Fund. Details from the website after the link,

Two equity-free grants will be awarded at the end of the program - a $10,000 Innovation Grant and a $3,000 Impact Grant.

The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed societal and industrial vulnerabilities and diverse perspectives are vital to address these unique challenges. The COVID-19 Tech Grant is designed to fund women-led ventures focused on solving the biggest health, education, employment, civic engagement, and financial issues that’s contributing to solutions related to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Your startup may have launched before or after the pandemic started and focuses may include: HealthTech and BioTech, FinTech, Future of Work, EdTech, and Civic Engagement Tech.

To address the critical challenges, we need to fund the best startups to bring these products to market.

Applications for the COVID-19 Tech Grant were open to North American tech startups, with at least one woman founder or co-founder, whose product solves a problem ignited by COVID-19.

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