[Nigeria] Digital content publisher Publiseer accepted to Singularity’s Global Startup Program
Nigeria’s digital content distribution startup Publiseer has been accepted to Singularity University’s Global Startup Program (GSP). The startup made the announcement through a post on its Twitter page.
The Global Startup Program (GSP) is a comprehensive program for startups looking to transform radical ideas into tangible impact on a global scale. During the course of GSP, the primary objectives are to help startups connect with a world-class network of forward-thinking alumni, mentors, faculty, industry experts, corporate executives, and government organizations. The selected startups are also given the toolset to gain a new perspective and purpose. They will uncover technologies that are shifting the world and understand how they influence their mission.
GSP will also work with the startups to create a prototype, business model, and a go-to-market strategy that will scale their business faster to better address a global market as well as provide guidance on fundraising initiatives and networking support to help them connect with funding sources.
Publiseer, a digital publisher that helps African writers and musicians from low-income communities to distribute and monetize their creative works across over 400 digital stores in 100 countries, with just a single click and at no charge.
The digital publisher has been extensively covered by hundreds of media houses around the world for its exceptional achievements in the world of digital publishing.
Singularity University’s Global Startup Program has been the flagship program of Singularity University since 2008 and has served innovators from a wide diversity of backgrounds, like Muhammad Yunus, Anousheh Ansari, Astro Teller, Naveen Jain, Sylvia Earle, Esteban Bullrich, Peter Worden, and delegations from UNICEF and World Food Programme amongst others.