We are thrilled to announce that, in partnership with Catalysr, Techvisa has launched a Migrapreneur Activate Grant (MAG).
The MAG is a $2,500 grant awarded to selected founders from Catalysr’s Accelerate Program cohort to help them on their startup journey and cover some of the costs that come with launching or scaling their startups.
Over the last few years, hundreds of startup founders have been a part of Catalysr’s Pre-Accelerator and Accelerator Programs, which involve weekly events with a class of fellow migrant or refugee entrepreneurs. To be eligible for the program and the MAG, there must be at least one first-generation migrant or refugee co-founder in your team.
From tech businesses to social enterprises, we look to support migrant entrepreneurs which is why we have awarded this grant to four founders in our 2021 Accelerate Program cohort.
2021 Migrapreneur Activate Grant Recipients:
- Monyq San Tropez, Co-founder of Honest Feeds
Honest Feeds is an Australian company that looks to help Aussie farms adapt to climate change by collecting food waste and converting it to agricultural feed.
- Dilpreet Kaur Taggar, Founder of South Asian Today
South Asian Today is an Australian media startup for South Asian Women and non-binary folks that amplifies political, feminist and progressive journalism.
- Subha Chari, Founder of Kalvitree
Kalvitree is striving to create more educational and practical experiences for students towards a better digital future. Their goal is to increase awareness about digital technology, enhance students skills and link them with experts to grow their careers.
- Aldrin Magno, E8 EdtEch Solutions PTY LTD
Educ8 Experiences is the leading educational technology provider that prides itself on making online education simple and easy. Their mission is to make sure online learning is accessible to every learner across the world.
For more information on our future grants or visa services, get in touch with our team.