Funding In North Africa
Egyptian Ecommerce Startup ExpandCart Raises $2.5 Million Series A
More startups in Egypt are increasingly raising funds this year compared to most African countries. Added to the list is Cairo-based ecommerce enablement platform ExpandCart which has raised $2.5 million in a Series A round. Read more
Nigerian Agritech Startup Secures $40k Prize
With over 2500 applications and 605 proposals submitted from over 30 countries across Africa, only 25 finalists were selected from 12 countries. The finalists selected took part in a two-week virtual business development bootcamp. Read more
Why Mentorship Can Make Or Break Your Startup
In 2019, a study was done to determine what South African small business owners and entrepreneurs gained from having a mentor. According to their findings, of the 209 South African recipients surveyed the majority of the respondents, 73.7% (154), had one or two mentoring relationships. Read more
Africa: Why Digital Payments Are key To Financial Inclusion
Instead, the best hope for financial inclusion and growth on the continent is a digital payments platform that is merchant centric, and that benefits the artisans, SMEs, and small farmers. A payment that empowers the productive economy. Read more
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