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Briter Bridges has launched a data platform ‘Briter Intelligence’ as a resource for visual, granular and current data on startup activities in African tech.  The research consultancy has been building a reputation for creating broad-based maps on African startups since October 2018.  Briter’s sector maps and periodic reports on startup funding provide a measure of […]

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Between 2004 and 2010, the developed world was captivated by upstarts like Facebook, YouTube and Instagram. Uber, Spotify and Airbnb were born in the middle of the Great Recession.  The tech arena already featured giants like Microsoft and Google. Amazon was emerging as the global online shopping beast.  In Africa however, Safaricom’s MPesa was the […]


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Tech companies in sub-Saharan Africa will soon be operating in a recession. The World Bank expects the region’s economies to contract by up to 5.1%, a historic downturn that portends tough times for balance sheets. Global economic uncertainty means African tech startups have to adapt and stay relevant. Despite a decent first quarter, fundraising will […]

Last year, we released “The State of Health Tech in Nigeria“, a deeply researched report that examined general health indicators and challenges, and then dived into the health tech industry. The report profiled 75 innovative startups working to find technology solutions to Nigeria’s health-related problems. For the first time, we are making part of our […]


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