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Finland is adding €9.3m to its SAIS tech program in Africa

5 février 2018 |

The Finnish government has announced its decision to unlock more than 9 million euros to support Tech start-ups across Africa.

Following Partech Venture’s announcement of the launch of a multi-million fund to invest in high-growth tech start-ups across Africa, it … Read More

[Facts&Figures] Blockchain for development by GSMA

14 janvier 2018 |

Techfoliance is extracting key data and facts from industry reports on the rise of Fintech in Africa so that you can focus on what matters the most for you.

In this report published on January 2018, the GSMA provides short … Read More

African Fintech Founders #1 – Martin Ijaha: founder & CEO at Neyber

8 décembre 2017 |

Techfoliance Africa is happy to highlight some of the most inspiring African Fintech founders’ stories. In this serie, we will introduce you to Martin ljaha, founder and CEO at Neyber.

Martin Ijaha is founder and CEO at Neyber, a London-based … Read More

The Very Basics Of Banking

27 novembre 2017 |

Banks are not that different from any other businesses. What sets them apart is that they work with money: looking after it, lending it, and helping people pay for things with it.

Looking after your money

Cash is very dangerousRead More

ScholarX, unlocking education across Africa with crowdfunding

31 octobre 2017 |

ScholarX is a Nigeria-based FinTech that focuses on Education Financing to help young African students access quality education both at home and abroad.

ScholarX has built its value proposition around two pillars: Scholarships finding and Funding. Using the mobile app, students … Read More

The FinTech sector in Africa is struggling to find skilled workers

19 octobre 2017 | | One Comment

Financial services companies are equally concerned about the lack of availability of skills as they are about technological change.

In a recent survey published by PwC, we learn that 77% of the CEOs worldwide consider the shortage of skills as their main challenge, putting … Read More

Digital literacy to drive financial inclusion in Tanzania

20 septembre 2017 |

In a recent post published on the World Economic Forum, Faraja Kotta Nyalandu, founder & Executive Director at Shule Direct, shared her experience when visiting a village in Arusha city with African students.

In a continent where 38 % of African … Read More

Eneza could bridge the financial literacy gap in Africa

11 septembre 2017 |

In the Fintech disruption stands out the challenge for financial literacy, especially in emerging markets like in Africa where most of the population needs to be tought how to manage their savings, pay and even transfer money with new channels … Read More

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