But the plan started out with a simpler route to customers creating custom, highquality meals.
I think that is one of the best ways, finding a small market fit, and then a bigger market after that.
Can you tell a story about one of these teams building something unique
In Uganda, you cannot use a mobile phone at all while in school, that is primary and high school.
With no official qualification for real estate agents in Uganda, we built one internally, and a system to speed up househunting with an app.
Since after we tried to solve these problems, we have not seen people take them on people are building fintech and ecommerce companies, not proptech.
It seems to be a problem in many parts of Africa, this difficulty in finding a home
It is the same in Nigeria, in Kenya.
Look at Jumia Group which gathered enormous capital and expandedafter ten years it still faced struggles.
In Africa it is very tough to get a product from the early adopters to regular people.
You simply have to keep building.
An experienced founder named Nadayar Enegesi, whose Eden Life Inc is raising with CrossFund, has a plan to create a whole lifestyle app for Nigerians.
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