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Here are the 12 Startups that Will Pitch at this year’s Africa Tech Summit Connects

A total of twelve African startups have been selected to pitch at the 2020 Africa Tech Summit Connects which is scheduled to take place virtually between October 20th and 22nd.

A press statement seen by Business Elites Africa noted that the pitching event is intended to offer African startups the opportunity to present the solutions they are offering before an audience of about 500 potential investors and other stakeholders.

The Africa Tech Summit Is being put together by Africa Tech Summit (ATS) in partnership with Disrupt Africa. The two firms previously held the maiden edition of the pitching event in the Rwandan capital, Kigali, last year and another edition earlier this year.

Below are the twelve African startups that have been selected

  1.  Seso Global: A Nigerian real estate startup
  2. Medsaf: A Lagos-based market place for pharmaceutical products which was founded in 2014
  3. Wella Health: A Nigerian health insurance startup
  4.  Vybe: An online dating platform in Nigeria
  5. Scrapays: A waste management company.
  6. Eneza Telecom: An ERP solution provider in Kenya
  7. Abiria: A Kenyan startup that provides easy fare payment for commuters
  8. Kolute Systems: A Senegalese Whatsapp chatbot for e-Commerce
  9. PayDunya: A digital payment startup in Senegal
  10. Agro Innova: A Ghanaian online payment for smallholder farmers
  11. Snode: A South African cybersecurity startup
  12.  Moja Ride: A Mobility-as-a-Service startup in Ivory Coast.

Do note that each of these startups will have equal opportunity to pitch to the five hundred potential investors, before personally engaging those that are interested in their pitches.

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