Funding In Western Africa
Cameroonian Media Startup StarNews Mobile Raises Funds From Investisseurs & Partenaires
The startup has announced investments from Africa-focused investor Investisseurs & Partenaires ( I & P) as well as from the California-based international accelerator Expert DOJO. The investment will enable the startup to build local teams in Abidjan, Douala, Johannesburg and Lagos. Read more
A New $4 Million Fund Launched For Off-grid Companies In Kenya By AECF
Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) has launched a $4 million financing programme aimed at unlocking new markets for clean energy as well as accelerating access to clean energy for 87,000 unserved and underserved households in Kenya. Read more
Nairobi-Based Startup OkHi Launches In Nigeria
The partnership aims to assist OkHi’s objective which is to provide 195-million Nigerians with access to a physical address. This will in turn lead to accelerating the eCommerce sector and ensuring financial inclusion. Read more
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GFA Attract Interview
In this Episode of GFA Attract we interviewed Efemini Awosika who is the CEO of Robert &John and Efemini Academy, shehas worked professionally for several years, schooled in different continents and obtained a number of degrees now an entrepreneur. Watch Here
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