Funding In Western Africa
Oolu, Senegal’s Solar Pay-As-You-Go Distributor, Raises $8.5M To Expand Energy Access In West Africa
Oolu’s mission is to provide affordable energy access to rural and peri-urban customers in West Africa. Since its inception in 2015, the company has sold over 60,000 solar home systems to customers in the region. Read more
Funding In Eastern Africa
TLcom Makes First Investment In African Healthtech As Kenya’s Ilara Health Raises $3.75m Series A Funding
The startup has announced it has secured $3.75 million in Series A funding to enable it expand its diagnostic reach across Africa and to accelerate the development of its integrated patient health management platform. Read more
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Five Things Investors Should Look For Before Investing In A VC
But not all VC firms are equal. Just as they would for other investment vehicles, investors need to do their homework before committing cash to a fund. Read more
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GFA Attract Interview With Mostafa Khaled Abdel Akher (Entrepreneur Edition)
In this episode of GFA Attract (Entrepreneur edition) we interviewed, Mr. Mostafa who graduated from the German University in Cairo in 2013, where he received a B.A degree in Management Technology with double core majors in Economics and Innovation. Mostafa now works with Makwa. An Egyptian startup focused on innovation, Makwa aims to offer convenience in the dry clean & laundry sector, through the application of digital technology. Watch Here
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