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Linda Bonyo

Linda Bonyo

Linda is a Kenyan lawyer and tech entrepreneur specializing in digital law.

She is the Founder of the Lawyers Hub , a Pan-African Digital policy and Justice innovation organization. Lawyers Hub is a Law-Tech startup working on digital policy and Justice innovation in Africa.

Driven by the need for sustainable and inclusive Tech Policy across the African Continent, the Lawyers Hub has brought together policymakers and prime movers from 20+ countries to engage in discussions and develop policy briefs on Data & Elections, Artificial intelligence, Digital Tax and Digital Identity amongst others.

Trained in commercial and immigration law, Linda founded Lawyers Hub to upskill African lawyers in technology law and train ecosystem players and governments to understand the policies that govern the tech industry.

 
 

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Naadiya Moosajee is a remarkable South African engineer and entrepreneur, who stands out as a beacon of inspiration and a driving force for gender diversity in the engineering realm.

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Rodrigue Msechu is a Tanzanian entrepreneur and business advisor. He is the founder and CEO of Anza Strategy, a business advisory firm that helps companies enter and grow in the African market.

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Babs Ogundeyi

Babs Ogundeyi

Babs Ogundeyi is a Nigerian fintech entrepreneur known for his entrepreneurial spirit and vision in leveraging technology to solve real-life challenges, particularly in the banking and financial services industry.

He is the Co-Founder and CEO of Kuda Bank, a fintech company on a mission to make financial services more affordable, accessible and rewarding for every African.

 

Babs is a true visionary, breaking barriers and reshaping the banking landscape in Nigeria.

 

With Kuda Bank, he has challenged the norms, introducing a digital-only platform that empowers people with banking services at their fingertips.

 

Founded in 2019, Kuda Bank is the pioneer of Africa’s Neobanks/fintech generation by offering banking services that let consumers conduct all of their transactions without visiting a physical office.

 

Babs’ journey is an inspiration to aspiring entrepreneurs everywhere. With determination and ingenuity, he turned a simple idea into a disruptive reality, proving that with the right mindset, anything is possible.

 

His contribution to Africa’s fintech ecosystem has earned him several awards, and he has previously been named one of the most influential people in African technology by Forbes and The Africa Report.

 
 
 

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Jeremiah Thoronka

Jeremiah Thoronka is a Sierra Leonean innovator, entrepreneur, and scholar with intimate knowledge of energy, climate change, environment, sustainability, and development.

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Nigerian cloud analytics platform Terragon raises $9 million in Series B round for expansion

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Nigerian cloud analytics platform Terragon raises $9 million Series B round for expansion

Terragon, a leading data analytics company specializing in cloud-based solutions, has secured $9 million in a Series B funding round.

The funding round was led by Orange Ventures, with participation from TLcom Capital, LoftyInc, Sango Capital, VestedWorld, and Western Technology Investment (WTI).

The strong backing from these influential investors is a testament to the confidence in Terragon’s capabilities and the potential for significant growth in the cloud analytics sector.

Founded in 2009, Terragon is on a mission to revolutionize data analytics by harnessing the power of the cloud.

Over the years, the company has developed innovative solutions that help businesses extract meaningful insights from vast amounts of data, driving smarter decision-making and enhancing operational efficiency.

With the fresh infusion of capital from the Series B funding, Terragon plans to accelerate its growth and expand its reach into new markets.

The company will focus on scaling its cloud analytics platform, enhancing its data processing capabilities, and furthering its commitment to research and development.

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