Our startup review is dedicated to providing consumer-centric opinions on startups that are providing impactful services across Africa.
How social commerce platform Peppa is making P2P transactions safer for Africans
Peppa is looking to establish the safest way for customers to conduct business on social media as social…
1 month ago
Keble, the fast-growing startup enabling Africans to invest in global real estate with as little as $10
When unfavourable macroeconomic conditions have seen the finances of many employees worldwide dwindle, Keble provides an easy opportunity…
1 year after, Terminal Africa is helping over 8,000 businesses simplify logistics solutions
Terminal Africa is a digital network redefining the Nigerian business space by providing efficient means for Africans to…
The Owlet: Africa’s 1st social media marketplace wants all petty traders to go digital
Imagine a social media platform strictly for e-commerce businesses; LinkedIn meets Instagram Shop meets Facebook Marketplace. The Owlet…
2 months ago
How ETAP is going beyond car insurance to provide customer satisfaction
...the startup has done over 1million insured trips since April when it was released to the public
4 months ago
Wondering what Squad by HabariPay does? We spoke with CTO, John Babawale about simplifying payments for Africans
Squad is for everyone who needs a payment solution for their businesses, Babawale says about accessibility...
A chat with Temitayo Adegoke on solving Africa’s tech talent recruitment challenge with Skillup Africa
the startup initially sought to solve the talent gap problem, but along the way, the need to empower participants with soft skills became necessary...
How CreditChek is helping lenders verify creditworthiness in Africa
It uses pre-approved data received from bank statements, government, and other real-time financial sources...
How Kelvin Alaneme’s CareerEdu has helped 1,000 young Nigerians get UK visas for study and work￼
The Japa season is here again and as has been predicted by many news organizations, thousands of young…
7 months ago
On accidental discovery and how Identitypass is helping over 400 African businesses navigate KYC bottlenecks
Identitypass has raised $2.8 million USD and now services over 400 businesses not only in Nigeria but across over 30 countries... CEO, Lanre says.