African Startups Raised USD 168.6 Mn In H1 2018 – WeeTracker Report

By  |  July 2, 2018

WeeTracker has made it a mission to tell the stories of African entrepreneurs who are shaping up the ecosystem by taking risks – to do what they believe would bring about a significant change in their countries. It’s now been six months since we launched our operations in Africa and we now feel that we have an insider’s view of the ecosystem like no other because we aren’t looking outside-in.

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We have analysed the breakout potential of African Tech ecosystem with respect to the investments injected into various tech sectors across the African continent and have left no stone unturned in gathering these data nuggets, Also, we find it our responsibility to not ask a charge for the report, for we know that our efforts in churning out this piece are invaluable and the ecosystem deserves to knowing their facts right, for free.

We hope that the industry finds this report insightful in charting a course for a sustainable and scalable tech sector in Africa. If you’d like to discuss any of information contained in this report in more detail, feel free to drop us a line at [email protected]

 

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