OZÉ, a Ghana-based fintech startup that focuses on scaling small African businesses through digitized operations and affordable capital closed a $700,000 seed round from Anorak Ventures, Matuca Sarl, Rising Tide Africa, and existing investors Ingressive Capital and MEST.
In this article, we will be looking at the top ten Ghanaian startups to watch in 2021. The list contains old-timers who have gained a strong footing in the game and new companies looking to change how Ghanaians live and do business.
GOODsoil’s investment will enable Zeepay to continue to scale and roll out its services across the continent, and extend its global reach by launching in the UK in 2021.
A list of remote-friendly companies you can work for that pay pretty well and give you a lot of flexibility.