Echelon Capital is looking to invest millions of dollars in African tech and non-tech startups, beginning with a $1 million rolling fund.
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Autochek, the Nigerian Automotive start-up aims to increase footprint in Ghana as it enhances the buying and selling experience across Africa
At the heart of it, Selar is an e-commerce store builder that allows creators to sell digital products and services like; e-books, music, courses, and training, etc., across borders.
Taxmingo hopes to leverage its cloud-based tax management solution to help SMEs meet tax obligations and allow the SME operators to focus their energies on growing their businesses.
As 2019 drew to an end, the WeMove team sat for what would be a crucial meeting. Business had been unimpressive as the company had failed to meet its target.
Aaron Fu, ex-iROKO CCO Nikhil Patel and ex-Uber launcher in Niger and Kenya Alastair Curtis have launched a $1 million Basecamp Fund to support pre-seed African startups.
African entrepreneurs can apply for the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) Vision Challenge and stand a chance to receive investment from top development finance institutions (DFIs) and banks.