We’re excited to announce that Codefixbug Limited is part of the March 2022 Newchip Accelerator program, we are focused on building our saas digital product called Tribute To A Love One, Tribute To A Love One is a digital Online memorial platform empowering consumers to preserve the legacies of their loved ones by creating an online memorial website of their loved ones that have passed away.
We are thrilled to be among the top applicants selected for Newchip’s online accelerator, it’s a privilege to be among less than 10% of the applicants that were accepted into Newchip’s renowned global accelerator program for the March 2022 cohort. Designed to provide all the skills and tools founders need to rapidly fund, build and scale their companies. The equity-free, fully digital accelerator has helped over 1,500 founders from more than 50 countries and 250 cities raise over $450 million in funding with an estimated portfolio of over $9B
“Newchip evaluates a diverse number of companies across all industries from around the world, selecting a small percentage to join our accelerator,” says Armando Vera Carvajal, Vice President of Product at Newchip. “This strict selection process makes us an ideal partner for investors looking for promising start-ups. Software companies like Codefixbug Limited can scale quickly with proper funding and guidance. We are excited for Codefixbug Limited and believe they will do well at Newchip.”
Newchip is an online, global startup accelerator led by a world-class team of entrepreneurs and investors. It was to provide founders with the tools needed to rapidly fund, build, and scale. Since its inception in 2019, the equity-free, remote accelerator has enabled over 1,500 startups from 50+ countries to raise over $450 million in funding with an estimated $9B portfolio. It has three distinct six-month accelerator programs based on the company stage: Pre-Seed, Seed, and Series A. Its vast network of global investors, strategic partners, and mentors guide companies from team building and prototype development to securing high-profile VC investment, corporate partnerships, and everything in-between. To learn more, visit.
As a company located in Nigeria, Africa, we have always been focused on ensuring we simplify the process of various companies around the world using technology, and we have achieved that by developing mobile applications, web applications, desktop applications, and website designs for various companies in various industries which includes; Non-Government Organizations, Telecommunications, Energy & Utilities, Oil & Gas, E-commerce, Healthcare, Education, Logistics, Legal, construction, and security.
Our clients are startups, SMEs, and large corporate companies across Nigeria and globally. Since the inception of codefixbug in 2018, we have been working with this various companies, helping them build their various digital products that solve various problems, scale, manage, upgrade, and support these products at every stage of their growth, these products we develop solves problems in B2B and B2C business models, and we are super proud of the work we do.
Our mission for Tribute To A Love One is to create an online memorial website where tributes, stories, and photos from families and friends are shared, preserve the legacies of people that have passed away for generations yet unborn to know about their families’ past lives, read stories and view pictures. We built the product in 2020 and launched it officially on 6th February 2021, since launch, we have experienced growth, adoptions, positive and negative criticism, and also paid subscribers who love the product and are preserving the legacies of their loved ones via our various subscription packages of monthly, yearly, and lifetime plans.
Being a part of the Newchip accelerator program will help us build, scale, generate traction, and more revenue for our saas product, we are super excited about this new journey, we’re focused, fully committed and we will allow our ambitions and hard work carry us from the beginning to the end of the program.
Big things start small.