Despite a substantial funding gap between male-led and female-led startups on the continent, four investors see immense potential in these women entrepreneurs and consider them a must-watch.
African healthtech startup, Clafiya, announces a pre-seed of $610,000 to deepen product development, grow the team and expand offerings.
I curated 70 resources to help women in tech start their exploration of the trifecta of knowledge, community, and money.
Lagos is one of the places female CEOs and female fintech founders are likely to call home.
Shecluded plans to change the lives of a lot of women by ensuring more female-led MSMEs grow to large organizations in the future.
We are highlighting 10 female techpreneurs in solidarity with the zealous women tackling issues through tech in Africa.