Startups

NSIA shortlists 26 startups for accelerator phase of its $220,000 innovation prize

The Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) has announced the shortlisting of 26 Nigerian startups to participate in the accelerator stage (physical bootcamp) of its...

Why African startups need to launch in multiple countries – Tizeti CEO

The Chief Executive Officer of Tizeti, Kendall Ananyi has said that African startups will need to explore launching in multiple countries to hedge against...

The funding from overseas sources into Nigerian startups experiences a sharp decline of 65%

The influx of foreign investments into Nigerian startups experienced a steep decline of 65.83% year-on-year, plummeting to $410 million in 2023 from its 2022...

Bujeti, a Nigerian startup supported by Y Combinator, secures a $2 million seed funding round to amplify its growth and broaden its range of...

In February 2022, Cossi Achille Arouko (CEO) and Samy Paul Chiba (COO) established an innovative fintech. During Arouko's tenure as the tech lead at Paystack,...

Positive developments are on the horizon for startups in Kenya

I've noticed a surge in Call of Duty Mobile (CODM) tweets lately, suggesting an increasing player base in Nigeria and Africa. Unlike my experience in...

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