African Changemaker

Eunice Ajim

Eunice is a Cameroonian American serial tech entrepreneur and investor with a mission of funding Africa’s future.

She is the founder of Ajim Capital, a venture capital firm based in the US that invests in early-stage technology startup companies in Africa. Before founding Ajim Capital, Eunice co-founded OpenTeams, an online marketplace that makes it easy for open-source users to connect and transact with service providers.

She believes that African entrepreneurs have the power to create valuable businesses using technology that compete on a global scale while massively changing the lives of Africans.

Eunice is also an executive with experience ranging from startup funding and management to leading a $10M+ tech startup.
She has a track record of leading business organizations to profitable, market-winning positions in hyper-competitive environments.


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