On today’s episode of Building the Future, we have Afua Osei, Co-Founder of She Leads Africa. She Leads Africa is a community that helps young African women achieve their professional goals with engaging online content and pan-African events. Afua’s journey to entrepreneurship has been an interesting one: from working in the Office of First Lady […]
On the podcast today, we have Michael Ocansey, the CTO and Co-Founder of AgroCenta. Agrocenta use tech to aggregate small holder farmers in rural farming communities, and give them access to market, capital and resources. Agrocenta will run one of the largest agriculture business in the country without owning a single farm land. Mike is a […]
On the podcast today, we have the CEO and Co-Founder of Paystack, Shola Akinlade. Paystack is a payments processing company which lets businesses accept payments via debit card or money transfer on their websites or mobile apps. Paystack was the very first Nigerian company to get into YC – which is no small feat! Shola […]
On this episode of Building the Future, we have Ngozi Dozie, cofounder at One Finance (OneFi). OneFi is a platform that provides access to finance by leveraging data and technology. One of their major products is Paylater, a lending mobile app which enable people to get access to short term loans in Nigeria as quickly […]
Deepankar Rustagi is the founder of Vconnect, an online business directory and local search engine in Nigeria. This episode is a lesson on how to get traction for your startup by focusing on one metric that matters.
Dotun and Mark Essien talk about building a business around scalable distribution channels and why raising money too early can kill your startup.