With only $82m+ raised by start-ups since 2019, the region is punching below its weight. Indeed, it represents less than 0.8% of the total funding…
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If we look at YoY evolution of quarterly funding, Africa is simply the only continent that continued growing YoY: in Q2 ‘22, start-ups in Africa have…
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South Africa: with $1.7bn+ raised since 2019, it represents over 95% of the funding raised by start-ups in the region. In the past three years, funding…
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Start-ups in Africa have raised $1.3bn in Q2 2022, which adds up to $3.1bn in the first half of the year. June 2022 was the ecosystem’s strongest June…
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With a total of $4.2bn (41% of the total), Western Africa is by far the region that has attracted the most funding since 2019. Start-ups in the region…
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Close to $1.5bn have been invested in start-ups in Northern Africa since 2019, which represents 15% of the total invested on the continent. Things…
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With over $2.3bn, the region represents just under a quarter of all the funding raised by start-ups in Africa since 2019. After a small dip in 2021…
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A new monthly record has been set every single month so far in 2022. January 2022 was the strongest January the ecosystem had ever seen; likewise for…
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It seems 3-digit YoY growth is a thing of the past… except in Africa. Q1 2022 was a tough quarter globally, yet investments in start-ups in Africa grew…
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At an overall ecosystem level, the inflection point happened in mid 2021, driven mostly by Nigeria’s performance. Start-ups in Nigeria are now raising…
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Our best-performing posts to date:#5 - “🧨 1 billion USD in 7 (yes, seven!) weeks” (Feb ‘22) #4 - “🖋️ Who are the investors signing all these deals…
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Start-ups in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Egypt have raised 83% of all the funding and signed 78% of all $1m+ deals since 2019. And there is no sign…
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