A Guide to Investing in African Start-ups (PiggyVest with Odunayo Eweniyi) | Fintech

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On October 14th, 2021 we wrapped up our second episode of the Fintech Founders Series with an outstanding Fintech Entrepreneur Odunayo Eweniyi. We learned about the genesis of PiggyVest “it all started with a tweet”, and the story from ideation to the successful start up PiggyVest is today.

As Odunayo said,

For establishing a startup, there is always a problem to be solved in the market and that is what you should focus on.

Odunayo Eweniyi, Co-Founder of Piggyvest

During this session, Odunayo also shared perspectives on being an angel investor of multiple women-led companies. The young female co-founder highlighted the importance of investing in the right humans before the business idea. You will also hear:

🔹 The story of PiggyVest and how it differs from a bank’s saving account

🔹 Why so much money are being poured into Africa’s Fintech scene

🔹 Investing in African start-ups and the importance of human resources

🔹 How to deal with regulations as a start-up

You can watch the sessions below on Youtube, or listen it on Apple and Spotify Podcasts.

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Fintech & Web3 Founders Podcasts

Hosted by Gaurav Dhar and Ronit Ghose