Once again, SuperGlobeMich dives in to save the day.

Even after retiring from active tech blogging journalism to work with Google, Mich Atagana is still worried that much of the conversation around the African tech startup ecosystem revolves too much around investment, and not enough around building innovative, problem solving, scalable, zero-to-one ventures. African startups ask too much for money and too little for advice. “Where are the moonshots? Where are the Hyperloops of Africa?” My analogies, not hers, but these sum up the earnest questions she asks in the first episode of her brand new fourteen-minute podcast.


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