Top 7 African startups in 2020

Top 7 African startups in 2020

African startups are really doing well in terms of innovation and funding and in some years to come, these startups will be conquering the world with their brilliant ideas.

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On this note, brings you seven top 7 African startups in 2020 courtesy of Disrupt Africa.

1. Trella

Trella operates a business-to-business trucking marketplace which connects shippers with carriers in real-time.

Top 7 African startups in 2020
Trella was founded in 2019 and it is situated in Cairo, Egypt. Photo credit: MENAbytes
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The startup, which is situated in Egypt, has the goal of making the entire supply chain faster and more reliable while reducing slack and exceptions. It was founded in 2019.

2. Eksab

It is a sports platform in Egypt which aims to become the leading fantasy sports site in the Middle East and North Africa.

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3. Kaoun

This fintech startup is from Tunisia and its first product, Flouci, is a mobile and web app that allows users to create free bank accounts remotely.

It was founded by Nebras Jemel, Anis Kallel, and Rostom Bouazizi.

4. Exuus

Exuus is a Rwandan fintech startup which has built a digital platform that financially empowers saving groups.

The startup, which was founded by Steve Shema, raised $75,000 (N28,575,000, according to the current foreign exchange rate) in pre-seed funding in 2019.

5. MPost

MPost is a Kenyan-based startup, and it has developed a platform that enables the conversion of mobile numbers into official virtual addresses.

The startup was launched in 2015.

6. RideSafe

RideSafe is a first-time Blockchain-based application that offers real-time emergency response solutions to the public motorbike sector in the event of an accident. It is also situated in Kenya.

7. FlexClub

FlexClub is a South African startup which launched in 2019. It allows users to purchase vehicles which are then matched with Uber drivers who pay a weekly rental charge to the investor.

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