The entire editorial team at Business Elites Africa is very pleased to present the latest edition of our magazine: 25 African Entrepreneurs and Brands to Watch in 2021. We have interviewed quite a number of African startup founders who are doing incredible things in different sectors such as fintech, agritech, ecommerce, logistics, media, technical education, manufacturing, mining, and more. These innovative entrepreneurs, most of whom are young and full of ideas, are gradually but consistently laying the necessary foundation for Africa’s future economic success. See below for a full list of the entrepreneurs and startup founders we featured in this edition:

  1. Prateek Suri, CEO of MASER Technology
  2. Tunde Aladekomo, CEO of Big Cabal Media 
  3. Romain Poirot-Lellig, CEO of Kwik Delivery
  4. Obi Ozor, CEO of Kobo360
  5. Erik Oja, Co-founder/CEO of Planet42
  6. Bill Kenneths, CEO of Farmsponsor
  7. Franklin Peters, CEO of BitFXT
  8. Hasan Luongo, VP (Growth Marketing) at Chipper Cash
  9. Simon Shwall, CEO of OKO Finance
  10. Chioma Okonkwo, CEO of Sparkles Healtrthcare
  11. Eyitayo Ogunmola, CEO of Utiva
  12. Jake Adebayo, CEO of Skillpatron
  13. Mthobisi Thobela, CEO of SMT Group PTY
  14. Barakat Adebayo, CEO of Assuage Massage
  15. Oluseyi Akinyoyenu, COO ORYX Africa
  16. Babatunde Akin-Moses, CEO of Sycamore
  17. Samuel Obeghe, Founder of ECO
  18. Emeka Ajene, CEO of Gozem, etc.

Also included in this edition are insightful articles specially written as guide to facilitate your entrepreneurial journey/growth.

Business Elites Africa remains committed to spotlighting innovative African SMEs and startups that are doing amazing stuff across the continent. Your courage and support have been our fortitude. The road ahead may be tough but our vision and commitment to the promise of better Africa is stronger.

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