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.
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> Africans in the diaspora are going to be major early investors for African startups. We raised the first $20,000+ for @TalentQL [https://twitter.com/TalentQL?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw] from them without a pitch deck. — Adewale Yusuf (@AdewaleYusuf_) December 21, 2020 [https://twitter.com/AdewaleYusuf_/status/1340967969711665157?ref_
Abeg.app is a fintech app made by young Nigerians that makes sending and receiving money fun.
Identity verification startup, Youverify has been awarded the ISO 27018 and 27001 certifications by the International Standards for Organisation.
For Q3 2020, we are taking a look at four startups that are doing wonderfully well in their little corner of the country:
A survey and asking a score of techpreneurs, investors, tech analysts and enthusiasts after, these are the Nigerian startups to look out for.