Monthly Archives: February 2019

Ingressive Capital Launches Online Platform For African Tech Startups To Apply For Fundraising

Ingressive Capital, a venture fund focused on early-stage African startups, has launched an online platform for early stage founders of businesses in Africa to assist them with between $50,000 and $100,000. Ingressive Capital founder and partner Maya Horgan Famodu acknowledged the difficulty of fundraising for African founders. “Fundraising is difficult. We want

12 African Startups To Watch In 2019

Over the past 12 months Disrupt Africa has yet again been fortunate to meet with hundreds of inspiring, innovative tech-fueled startups shaking up the status quo all around the African continent.  But which startups stood out for our team? Here, we give you our pick

Complete Farmer To Expand To Ivory Coast; Launch Of Mobile App Imminent

Agri-tech startup Complete Farmer will expand its operations to Ivory Coast this year and build its local base of users by launching a mobile app. The startup which was found in 2017 at the Meltwater Entrepreneur School Incubatoris aiming to ensure food security in Ghana and allowing users to earn money from farming remotely. Users can sponsor farm managers, monitor

Betway Ghana Launches Fintech Challenge

Betway Ghana today officially launched a Fintech Challenge Competition at the Accra Digital Centre. The Fintech Challenge Competition is currently accepting applications from prospective teams from 19th February to 8th March, 2019. Prospective teams will need to address the following categories: Customer Connection & Experience