Funding In West Africa
Fintech Startup Pass Raises Pre-Seed Round In Its Expansion Plan
Pass is a technology company that is improving the online shopping experience by making the process of checking out easy and seamless for online shoppers through its one-click checkout platform. Read more
Absa And Mastercard Partner To Create Access To 50,000 Dignified And Fulfilling Jobs For Young People
To leverage digital technology to drive financial inclusion at scale and enable Absa Bank Ghana to provide financial and technical support to scale up promising Fintech start-ups while building their capability to help digitise the MSME space in Ghana. Read more
Startups Within The West African Economic And Monetary Union Have New $350k Up For Grabs
Until November 30, young entrepreneurs from Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger and Senegal will compete to carve out their places as the best in the union. Read more
Business Reimagined For Africa
Long-time strategic partners World Wide Worx, an independent technology research organisation, and CG Consulting, a specialist lead generation and outsourced telemarketing service provider in Africa, have seen a shift take place in the operating environment on the continent. Read more
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