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The Baobab Network, Africa’s leading tech accelerator, is proud to announce its most recent cohort. With this, The Baobab Network broadens its portfolio to include five new start-ups from Kenya, Togo, Nigeria, Guinea, and Morocco, each backed with a USD 50 K USD capital injection. Aside, from the cash injection every company receives, they will also receive a customized, expert-led accelerator program, which facilitates valuable connections with leading angels and VCs through a Demo Day.
The startups include, Kenyan startup Afrigility, a startup offering B2B e-commerce fulfilment and on-demand warehousing solutions; Eazy Chain from Togo, Togo Cargo, which provides an integrated logistics solution offering air, sea, and road freight services, facilitating seamless cargo transportation; ePoultry, a Nigerian agriculture marketplace offering poultry farmers input credits, advisory services; MuduPay from Guinea Conakry that has built a platform that enables Africans to move money via online payments from anywhere using their world-class technology tech stack; and Colis.ma, a Moroccan progressive logistics marketplace.
The Baobab Network is an accelerator based in Nairobi that invests in Africa’s boldest tech entrepreneurs. With an extensive portfolio of start-ups, Baobab provides cash investment, mentorship, and operational support to enable rapid scale and growth.