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Lagos

LAGOS

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Lagos has the most valuable startup ecosystem in Africa, with the local entrepreneurship scene worth US$2 billion. The Lagos ecosystem has the 9th highest rate of founders with an undergraduate degree at 59%, while 93% of them have a technical background, the third-highest rate in the world. The business models of local startups become more robust and innovative over time. With a population of 14,842,000, Lagos presents an exciting opportunity for intra-continental entrepreneurship!

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Dar Es Salaam

DAR ES SALAAM

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Some startups to watch out in 2018: (1) First Access is a Fintech startup that provides smart data for SME and micro-lenders, and the data is useful in monitoring trends (2) Off Grid Electric utilizes distributed renewable energy to avail power to various parts of Tanzania that have no power (3) Ninayo redefines the boundaries of Tanzania farming by availing opportunities for farmers and traders. The agricultural producers can post their products in either Swahili or English through SMS or the internet and (4) Pesaply is the next thing money transfer platform to watch in Tanzania.

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Cape Town

CAPE TOWN

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The 2011 national census reports that almost half (43.2%) of the Western Cape’s population is below the age of 25. Cape Town is one of Africa’s most popular tourist destinations on top of being one of the tech hotspots. The city is widely considered to be a tech and e-commerce hub within South Africa while the province is dubbed as the “digital gateway to Africa”.

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Dakar

DAKAR

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Dakar is the capital city of Senegal and also the largest city. Key industries include: Agriculture & Agro-processing (coco, sugar, peanut oil, fertilisers, etc), Manufacturing (cement and textiles), Energy and Mining. Senegal has the fourth largest economy in the West African sub-region after Nigeria, Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. The country is the second largest economy in Francophone West Africa behind Côte d’Ivoire, with an average growth rate of 5.4% in the five past years.

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Nairobi

NAIROBI

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Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, is home to more than 3,5 million people. Since 2003, the vibrant city’s technology ecosystem has seen the formation of “Silcon Savannah”, Africa’s version of Silicon Valley. This has seen the advent of digi-tech-preneurs such iCow, Ma3Route, Eneza, Mawingu and the development of Konza Technology City.

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