In the wake of the global market reset, African startups are hustling to regain momentum in a funding winter. Four investors reveal their top must-watch startups.
African tech startups can leverage global hubs like California, Delaware, Singapore, and more to access favorable policies, funding, and diverse markets.
Despite facing systemic challenges, African startups are capable of providing personalised learning, remote education, and teacher support powered by AI.
The first half of 2023 saw twice as many African countries imposing restrictions compared to the first half of 2022
Kenya leads the way in payment automation, with 83.4% of Kenyans stating that their payment system was either semi-automated or fully automated, compared to Nigeria (79.9%), South Africa (71.69%) and Ghana (67.23%).
Metrics empower investors to identify African startups with growth potential. Understanding them is vital for securing venture capital funding in 2023
In 2023, a staggering 98% of remote workers express a preference for lifelong remote work, citing flexibility as a primary advantage. However, this work arrangement presents challenges, notably isolation and work-life balance issues..