3 Nigerian Startups selected for Norrsken Impact Accelerator

3 Nigerian Startups selected for Norrsken Impact Accelerator

Norrsken Impact Accelerator in Stockholm aiming to build a change via investing in viable business models that have potential impacts and profit, Sweden has selected three Nigerian startups to have access to potential funding. The three Nigerian startups are CribMD, Gradely and Wella Health.

Here are the three Nigerian startups selected for the Norrsken Impact Accelerator:


This is a digital health consultation platform that allows users skip the waiting room while instantly connecting them with verified medical practitioners for quality healthcare. The startup offers treatment and medical assistance with Telemedicine and Doctor House Call to drive its service, leveraging cutting-edge technology to offer the most convenient and affordable healthcare services to its users.

CribMD has been able to treat more than 17000 patients via its platform with more than 3000 homes visited across the globe since the initial launch.


Gradely is an Edtech startup is powering the next generation of learners and schools. The startup is Nigeria’s first truly personalized learning platform that empowers educators and parents to make a difference in their ward’s learning outcomes and produce more globally-competitive learners.

The startup holds live classes with students and engages them in an interactive feed. It then creates assessment in 2 minutes while using thousands of curriculum-mapped questions to set homework and exams pretty quickly.

Wella Health

Wellahealth provides technology infrastructure to connect payers to a quality-assured network of healthcare providers across Africa. It basically provides APIs to enable patients pickup drugs in its network of aggregated pharmacies at the touch of a button.