COST-OF-LIVING CRISIS Ranked as the most severe global risk over the next two years by GRPS respondents, a global Cost-of-living crisis is already here, with inflationary pressures disproportionately hitting those that can least afford it.
Forging Connections: Fontys University of Applied Science Representatives Explore Synergies with Enterprise Bureau
In an effort to explore potential avenues for collaboration and promote the startup ecosystem in Africa, representatives from Fontys University of Applied Science in the Netherlands and Academic City University College visited Enterprise Bureau
In Enterprise Bureau’s recent EB CONNECT focused on "Meeting Business Demands Through Strategic Partnerships and Collaboration," King Kojo Sarfo shared valuable lessons with participants on the critical factors to consider when establishing partnerships in the business world.
The Global Risks Report has identified the global cost-of-living crisis as the most significant risk over the next two years, and it is already occurring.
Several African tech innovators showcased their work at the Africa Money & Defi Summit in Ghana. PayBox, a fast-growing African fintech start-up, was one of the beneficiaries of the ITC NTF V program
Africa’s economy holds a lot of promise and growth prospects for international businesses, but one of the continent’s major challenges is its fragmented payments ecosystem.
Pan-African neobank Payday has raised $3m in a seed round led by Moniepoint, with participation from HoaQ, DFS Lab's Stellar Africa Fund, Ingressive Capital Fund II and angel investors.
Apis Growth Fund II, a UK-based private equity fund managed by Apis Partners, plans to invest €29 million (US$31 million) in Peach Payments, a digital payment service provider operating in Africa.