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Africa Tech Summit London postponed until October 22nd at London Stock Exchange

Africa Tech Summit London, the leading global event series focused on African tech and investment today announces that the 2020 London edition has been rescheduled and will take place on October 22 at the London Stock Exchange. Africa Tech Summit London’s fifth edition was scheduled for May 22nd and is now changing due to growing concerns related to the coronavirus (Covid-19). “The health and well-being of our delegates, partners and staff is our priority. Given the evolving context, the best course of action is to postpone Africa Tech Summit London until October,” said Andrew Fassnidge, Founder of the Africa Tech Summit event series. Read more from source article:...

Sierra Leonean startup launches classifieds mobile app

Sierra Leone-based startup SaloneBuy has launched a classifieds mobile app that has already seen strong uptake and helped it secure some seed funding. Founded earlier this year, SaloneBuy is a classifieds mobile app that allows users to buy and sell products across categories such as vehicles, fashion and electronics, while it is also possible to book services such as tutoring. Founder and chief executive officer (CEO) Sorie Sankoh told Disrupt Africa that the startup was hoping to fill a sizeable gap locally, with international platforms such as Amazon and Craigslist not available in Sierra Leone or other African countries, and help businesses gain more exposure online. SaloneBuy has already seen...

TLcom Capital Plans to Support 12 startups After $71 Million Africa Fund Investment

TechInAfrica — TLcom Capital, a venture capital (VC) firm has closed its Tide Africa Fund at $71-million with plans to make investments for up to 12 startups over the next 18 months. According to TLcom Managing Partner Maurizio Caio, the group, which has offices in London, Lagos, and Nairobi, is looking for tech-enabled, revenue-driven ventures in Africa from seed-stage to Series B. Read more from source article: https://www.techinafrica.com/tlcom-capital-plans-support-12-startups-71-mn-africa-fund-invesment/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

Tfanen-Tunisie Créative Launches A $333,000 Local Cultural Engagement Fund For Tunisian Startups

Tfanen-Tunisie Créative is launching a new call for projects for cultural businesses within the framework of the Local Cultural Engagement Fund in Tunisia (FECLT) 2020. This call from the local cultural engagement fund in Tunisia is intended for cultural enterprises and startups. Deadline: 12 March 2020 Read more from source article: https://afrikanheroes.com/2020/03/05/tfanen-tunisie-creative-launches-a-333000-local-cultural-engagement-fund-for-tunisian-startups/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

GFA Daily Digest Mon, Mar. 9, 2020

Africa Applications Open For The Orange Prize For Social Entrepreneurs And Startups In Africa North Africa Moroccan personnel sourcing startup KWIKS secures GreenTec investment Southern Africa South African Company Ayo Launches A $13 million Annual Fund For Investment In African Startups West Africa New accelerator programme Tech By Her opens call to female-led tech ventures Our previous weekend articles are here: 1) https://getfundedafrica.com/2020/02/28/30403/ and here: 2) https://getfundedafrica.com/2020/02/22/gfa-weekend-feature-how-to-raise-funds-for-an-african-hotel/ GetFundedAfrica curates funding news across Africa and emerging markets. Subscribe & check out our March 2020 preview and events here: https://getfundedafrica.com/2020/02/29/gfa-march-2020-preview/ ...

New accelerator programme Tech By Her opens call to female-led tech ventures – Ghana

MEST — the Pan-African training programme, seed fund, incubator and hub for tech entrepreneurs in Africa — together with Make-IT in Africa run by GIZ, the German agency for international co-operation, are calling on female-lend startups to apply for a new accelerator programme. The three-month programme, dubbed Tech By Her is focused on supporting burgeoning female-led tech ventures in Africa to become globally competitive and sustainable brands. Additionally, it will equip them with tools and resources to enable female-led startups to navigate their chosen fields, scale and sustain their businesses in a competitive environment. Read more from source article: https://ventureburn.com/2020/03/tech-by-her-new-accelerator-programme/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

Moroccan personnel sourcing startup KWIKS secures GreenTec investment

KWIKS, a Moroccan digital platform that specialises in rapid personnel sourcing, has raised funding from GreenTec Capital to expand its reach in Africa. KWIKS leverages combines a proprietary platform with a curated talent pool technologically supplemented with public and private data sources to quickly offer top-tier talent to its customers. The company is already operational in Morocco, France, and Belgium, delivering qualified candidates in IT, consulting, CRW, and finance to employers. The KWIKS extended database of candidates is provided to companies through a collaborative real-time exchange platform.  Read more from source article: https://disrupt-africa.com/2020/02/moroccan-personnel-sourcing-startup-kwiks-secures-greentec-investment/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

South African Company Ayo Launches A $13 million Annual Fund For Investment In African Startups

African startups have a new fund to pitch to. Johannesburg South Exchange listed technology investment group, Ayo Technology Solutions has launched a $13 million fund aimed at African startups. Ayo, which is currently at the centre of a controversy around a $275 million transaction from the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), made the announcement in a statement recently. Ayo has said that there is nothing untoward about the PIC transaction. Read more from source article: https://afrikanheroes.com/2020/03/06/south-african-company-ayo-launches-a-13-million-annual-fund-for-investment-in-african-startups/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/ ...

Applications Open For The Orange Prize For Social Entrepreneurs And Startups In Africa

This Monday, 9th March 2020, will mark the start of registration for the 10th edition of the Orange Prize for Social Entrepreneurship in Africa and the Middle East. Until June 5, 2020, candidates will have the opportunity to submit their project on the website https://startup.orange.com/ in the section dedicated to OPSEAM.Awarded by Orange (www.Orange.com), this prize rewards technological projects with positive impact enabling the improvement of the living conditions of populations in Africa and the Middle East, in essential fields such as education, health, agriculture, mobile payment and sustainable development. Read more from source article: https://afrikanheroes.com/2020/03/07/applications-are-open-for-the-10th-edition-of-the-orange-prize-for-social-entrepreneurs-and-startups-in-africa-and-the-middle-east/ Click here to subscribe for GetFundedAfrica Newsletters: https://getfundedafrica.com/pricing-plans/...

GFA Weekend Feature – Funding Opportunities in Agritech: Spotlight on Twiga Foods ($30million)

Introduction As technology and digital platforms continue their strong growth across African businesses, GetFundedAfrica reflects on how potential and existing business owners should bring a larger focus on the enabling requirements to attract funding, and position themselves for 2020 and beyond. The statistics of Africa’s bludgeoning population are all over information media and staring at people during everyday life on the continent. “The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) predicts the size of the agriculture market in Sub-Saharan Africa will grow from US$200 billion in 2015 to US$1 trillion by 2030. This expected five-fold market growth presents very attractive investment return opportunities, especially for investors willing to...

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