"Unbootcamp" gathering the first Dare Inc. cohort. (image via Dare Inc.)
Powered by Moroccan CISE and supported by the Drosos Foundation, Dare Inc. is a program to support game-changers and social entrepreneurs who are committed to developing innovative solutions to major social issues with a high potential for scale, both locally and internationally.
There are three tracks for startups to follow. In the first track, entrepreneurs learn to develop an idea and a prototype in two months; in the second track they learn to deploy a minimum viable product, a business model, and to create their legal entity within three months; and in the third track they learn to come up with a revenue model and attract investors, also within three months. Startups can automatically and for no additional cost join all three tracks, making their program lasts up to eight months. The program is flexible.
Selected startups receive support through training, coaching, and mentoring.
Selected startups are receiving mentorship and financial help, either directly through a 30,000 dirhams infusion (around $3,000) for the youngest projects, or indirectly through Dare’s national and international investors’ network. An upcoming crowdfunding platform will support more mature projects.
Apply before May, 21st here