JGo Africa has launched a multi-service platform that offers services such as ride-hailing, delivery, resource sharing, social networking, and a digital wallet. The app launched last month as a one-stop-shop.
As reported by Disrupt Africa, JGo’s Nchindu Siabuluba pointed out the aspiration to be a one-in-all African app with the intent of adding wallet integration and social networking. Thus far the app has over 420 users, has conducted over 1,500 trips and other transactions. The app charges a commission for services on its platform.
JGo is now in 18 countries and keeps growing fast. Through its financing models, the app plans to expand to all 54 African countries, and raise $1.5 million.
Source: Disrupt Africa