GFA Daily Digest Tuesday, January 5, 2021
Funding In Northern Africa
Egypt Edtech Startup Receives Six-Figure Funding
Dalia Ibrahim, Founder of EdVentures and CEO of Nahdet Misr Publishing House explains that the investment will be used to increase the gamification model and enhance the technologies used at the edtech startup. Read more
Local Tech Startup Launches Platform To Assist Businesses
In an interview with Ventureburn, Mhlongo explains that technology is key to promoting and increasing business sales, with Eloh App local businesses can tap into a wider customer base. Read more
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Why Are Investors Rushing After North Africa’s Fashion Startups?
In fact, apart from Afrikrea, an Ivory Coast-based startup, whose ecommerce platform has a fashion section, and which recently raised $1 million in funding, it is very rare to see a startup exclusively built for fashion raise investments from venture capital firms as well as other types of investors in other parts of Africa. Read more
How Digital Partnerships Can Enable Business Development
As more sectors are evolving and transforming, organisations are discovering how partnering with digital platforms and service providers can help them reach wider markets, provide better services, streamline operations, and access insights that were previously reserved for large enterprises. Read more
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GFA Attract Interview With Mostafa Khaled Abdel Akher (Entrepreneur Edition)
In this episode of GFA Attract (Entrepreneur edition) we interviewed, Mr. Mostafa who graduated from the German University in Cairo in 2013, where he received a B.A degree in Management Technology with double core majors in Economics and Innovation. Mostafa now works with Makwa. An Egyptian startup focused on innovation, Makwa aims to offer convenience in the dry clean & laundry sector, through the application of digital technology. Watch Here
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