At the Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi, 14 businesses were chosen to present live.
On February 15 and 16, the fifth annual Africa Tech Summit will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, and fourteen startups from around the continent have been selected to participate in Pitch Live.
The Africa Tech Summit in Nairobi provides knowledge and networking opportunities with the tech community on the continent. Major projects are bringing together tech leaders, MNOs, banks, international investors, entrepreneurs, governments, trade associations, and the media to promote investment and business in African technology.
“Africa Tech Summit’s Pitch Live is essential to showcasing new companies and bringing founders, investors, and significant stakeholders together. Andrew Fassnidge, director of Africa Tech Summit, said, “We are interested to see what happens year and would like to thank all our supporting partners for making it possible.” After the last issue, numerous businesses completed their fundraising efforts.
The following are the 14 startups that were selected to present at the event:
Good talent is a new HR IT company.
Glover is an e-wallet system.
Startup lending company Lendha.
Deliveries service: Sendstack
The SME credit portal Trade Lenda.
A business offering financial and legal services.
Faid HR, a new HR startup,
Kiotapay, a real estate platform
a platform for supporting health Snark Health
Travel payment service Tripesa
Paycheck advance company Zofi Cash
PesaChoice is an HR startup.
Food marketplace Aiponics.
FreshSource is a young ag-tech company.
Entrepreneurs demonstrate their products to an audience of investors, businesses, and other stakeholders each year at Pitch Live. More than 20 African countries submitted more than 250 submissions to the organizers this year.