PaddyCover, Nigeria’s insurance tech firm sees huge potential, eyes over $1m per month business in two years

WorldStage Newsonline– PaddyCover, a Nigeria’s startup that introduced technology into the insurance business is aiming to reap over a million dollars per month in asset management and premium sold in the next two years.

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With Medtech Africa, a Nigeria’s startup plans to be top medical technology firm in the world

WorldStage Newsonline– Nelson Igbiriki, the CEO and founder of Medtech Africa, a Nigeria’s startup that empowers clinicians and hospitals with digital tools to address the full Spectrum of Cardiovascular diseases and NCDs in Africa, has a big dream; to be one of the top medical technologists in the world.

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SoW: Pricepally.com, Nigeria’s startup in a mission to fix broken African food system with tech

WorldStage Newsonline– Luther Lawoyin, the CEO of Pricepally.com has set his eyes on solving the numerous problems in the food distribution system across Africa with technology, as his latest company is currently growing at about 30% in a month, with a target to hit $1 million monthly revenue.

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Startups on WorldStage: CowryWise boosts confidence in savings and investments with app

WorldStage Newsonline– Before now, savings and investments were synonymous with banks and stock brokers respectively. But since the emergence of Cowrywise Financial Technology Limited (Cowrywise), a fund manager duly registered with and regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of Nigeria to carry out activities related to savings and investments, the story has changed.

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Startups on WorldStage series: Autochek leverages on local partners’ uniqueness to build for their markets

WorldStage Newsonline– Autochek, Nigeria’s automotive technology startup that is into online cars financing in major cities across Africa has given the credit of its success to the strategy of empowering local teams to build for their markets.

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