GetFundedAfrica & TransNumerik Join Forces to Grow SMEs in West & Central Africa

GetFundedAfrica, a tech-based marketplace connecting African founders with key players in the start-up ecosystem, is pleased to announce its collaboration with TransNumerik, a Microsoft Partner of the Year 2022 in Cote d’Ivoire and Senegal.

Since GetFundedAfrica’s inception from its headquarters in Ogun State, Nigeria, it has extended its reach to 34 English-speaking countries, positively impacted over 800 start-ups and raised more than $400M in funding. Whereas TransNumerik, the Abidjan-based company, is on a mission to make Africa the next digital powerhouse by offering cutting-edge, Microsoft-certified business solutions to African companies; thus, contributing to the success of their digital transformation.

As an IT leader in West Africa, TransNumerik is also driving Microsoft’s Africa Transformation Office (ATO) projects in the continent. The ATO has played a big role in this partnership by empowering strategic alliances to drive business acceleration and capacity-building initiatives.

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Both organisations will leverage individual expertise and synergies to target and grow about 10 million SMEs in Western & Central Africa, with a little more emphasis on French-speaking countries. The result would be a platform through which businesses can build their network and increase opportunities.

The partnership will see GetFundedAfrica increasing its community of start-ups to empower even more, as well as establishing a presence in Francophone nations within the African continent; while it will enable TransNumerik to continue on its path as a strategic technology partner in the digital transformation of African businesses.

“Our partnership with TransNumerik is strategic for many reasons. Firstly, it enables us to cover even more francophone countries in Africa. Secondly, it strategically aligns with Microsoft’s Africa Transformation Office (ATO) and ATO’s drive towards digitization and business partnerships on the African continent.” said Debo Omololu, GetFundedAfrica’s CEO and Co-Founder.

TransNumerik’s CEO, Mody-Oury Barry, commented on the collaboration: “Africa is making a definitive shift towards digitalization, and it is becoming essential to maximize and strengthen partnerships between African companies. TransNumerik is committed to partnering with GetFundedAfrica where technological synergies will deploy a panoply of instruments for the wellbeing of our population.”

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