What Makes Fintech Grow So Fast in Africa? (Chipper Cash with Wiza Jalakasi) | Fintech

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Our expert hosts Ronit and Gaurav welcome Wiza Jalakasi, VP of Global Developer Relations at Chipper Cash, where he shared how massive internet adoption is changing Africa and creating more opportunities in the region.

In this episode hosted by Ronit Ghose and Gaurav Dhar, we had an understanding of Chipper Cash’s business model and how they are helping to facilitate cross-border payment across Africa.

  • Being user-centric focus and getting users’ feedback are the key elements of growing as a Fintech startup.
  • Internet helps Africa, facilitating connections and generating more opportunities
  • VC fundings for African Fintechs is mainly from international investors, as local investors still prefers traditional type of investments

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

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