Seven Inc., a Ghanaian ecommerce startup has a big ambition: to invest $10m in startups in Ghana. According to Vincent Djokoto, Managing Director of the startup, Seven Inc. has already entered into partnership with another local and Ghana-based tech, design and logistics firm to bring that ambition into fruition.
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“Seven has recently entered quite an exciting phase as a startup,” he tells the Business and Financial Times newspaper. “We’ve partnered with a local tech firm and are confident of a fully-functioning life-changing app within the first quarter of 2021,” he further said, adding that: “We’re looking to pump 10 million dollars, over the next 5 years, into the business.”
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