Investors are betting on Kobo360’s ability to meet a rise in demand in cargo deliveries on the back of the newly-minted Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA). But the startup’s ambitions will partly depend on the proper and effective implementation of the AfCFTA.
On the 27th of September at 9 am, Techcabal is bringing together the most knowledgeable and influential mobility entrepreneurs, investors and policymakers to explore, discuss and define the potential of Africa’s mobility sector, the challenges and what the future holds.
Consumer logistics is a very complicated industry with lots of fragmentation and overlap. There are so many moving parts that intertwine, it could easily fly over one’s head.
Overall, my first online international shopping experience was good, but I think that international logistics is still super fragmented.
They say that two heads are better than one, and Nigerian logistic startups need to begin look to each other to jointly overcome the challenges they face.
It’s all about solving real problems for people and blockchain could be that hail mary punch that gets us closer to the logistical future we desire.