MyAfricanStartup(dot)com has published its annual list of 100 innovative African start-ups in which to invest.
The initiative aims to increase the visibility of high-potential start-ups with African and international investors.
We are delighted to see Talenteum appear on this list.
The publication today of the second edition of the list is part of a context of strong attractiveness of the Tech sector in Africa. According to the recent report of the venture capital fund Partech Africa, foreign investment in African start-ups has doubled in 2018 or $ 1.16 billion investment (+ 102% compared to 2017).
The JUMIA IPO on April 13, 2019 also reflects the progress of the digital ecosystem in Africa.
In 2019, the continent's startups raised more than $ 1.2 billion. Many are ready to expand beyond their borders and are attracting venture capitalists and multinationals to the table.