I am excited that the accelerator will be instrumental in empowering these startups to grow and scale their businesses.
Although all startups chosen are fintech, they have diverse operations and propositions they offer, such as freelancer payment amp invoice management, Cryptocurrency transactions, export and import management, global remittance products, educational institution smart solutions, savings, and investments, amongst others.131313
Nigerian fintech startups dominated the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Fintech Africa Accelerator Cohort list, as 11 startups were selected out of the 25 startups chosen for the program set to commence in June this year.
The eleven Nigerian startups that dominated the list are as follows, Vagrent Africa, KoinWa, Fluna, Incash, Deempay, Zainnest, Zeeh Africa, Ashiri NG, Bunce, and WALLX Africa.
Others include Chumz, Mauzo, Kiotapay, hela.money, Asaana Pay, Edanra, Exxtra, H28 technologies, eMaisha Pay, xazu Technologies, Moya Money, Abela Mali, Mazaid, and Dreamcash.
Speaking on the accelerator cohort which is set to commence in June 2023, Startup Segment Lead at Amazon Web Services (AWS), Napa Onwusah said,
At AWS, were thrilled to be a part of Africas digital transformation, making core financial services accessible to more individuals and businesses.
We believe that anyone regardless of their location, should be able to access innovative technologies and realize their dreams.
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