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Financial Service Providers Can No Longer Afford To Ignore Africa’s Informal Sector
By Modern Ghana

The International Monetary Fund estimates that the informal sector contributes approximately 38% of Sub-Saharan Africa's GDP. Additionally, the International Labour Organisation has ...

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Africa’s Top 10 Tech Innovators Answer the Continent’s Most Pressing Issues
By Startup Africa

On Thursday, 7 November 2019, the top ten startups from around Africa will be showcasing their solutions to some of the biggest challenges affecting the continent at the Startupbootcamp (SBC) AfriTech 2019 Demo Day

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African Startup Makes Waves Around the World
By Startup Africa

2019 has been a big year for Kenyan FinTech startup Asilimia. Not only is the payment and micro-saving platform for informal businesses one of only a handful chosen to participate in the prestigious Station F..

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Kenyan Startup Among Top Ten African Firms To Showcase Solutions To African Challenges
By Kahawa Tungu

Asilimia, a Kenyan technological startup, will on Thursday, November 7 be among top ten startups from around Africa that will be showcasing their solutions to some of the biggest challenges affecting the continent

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Kenya’s Asilimia has built a digital payments ecosystem for SMEs
By Disrupt Africa

Kenyan fintech startup Asilimia is helping small businesses more easily access various payments mechanisms through a digital ecosystem.

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Asilimia wants to revolutionize digital payment in Kenya (in French)
By Cio Mag

Will we be one day able to pay for insurance from a mobile phone or make other types of payments? This is the crazy endeavor started by two entrepreneurs: Maxime Servettaz and Tekwane.

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Kenya - a new home for French entrepreneurs? (in French)
By Maddyness

We are such a dynamic community that we have built a local network of French tech in Nairobi, "says Maxime Servettaz, a 27-year-old French entrepreneur who founded Asilimia, a mobile money company.

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Kenyan fintech Asilimia to use over $350k investment to expand customer base
By Ventureburn

Nairobi-based fintech startup Asilimia has raised $350 000 in funding from pan-African investment firm the Unicorn Group.

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Fintech Startup Asilimia Bags Sh35M In Funding
By Kenyan Market Intelligence

Kenyan fintech startup Asilimia, which helps small businesses more easily access various payments mechanisms through a digital ecosystem, has raised US$350,000 in funding as it looks to expand across the country.

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