Kenyan fintech startup Pezesha earlier this month took house the Finest Catapulter Award on the conclusion of the Catapult: Inclusion Africa fintech bootcamp hosted by The Luxembourg Home of Monetary Know-how (LHoFT).
Pezesha, a micro lending market, was based in 2016 by Hilda Moraa (pictured above, receiving the award from Luxembourg’s Minister of the Financial system and Minister for Improvement Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs Franz Fayot).
In an announcement earlier this month, LHoFT stated as a part of her award, Morara acquired €3000 in prize cash, a free membership at LHoFT, and full lodging to attend the “Assises de la Coopération Luxembourgeoise” in Could.
The startup was one among 11 African-focused fintech corporations chosen for the bootcamp which passed off between 1 and eight March in Luxembourg.
Kenyan fintech startup Pezesha received the Finest Catapulter Award at LHoFT’s Catapult: Inclusion Africa fintech bootcamp
The bootcamp culminated with a ultimate pitch session and networking occasion, gathering the Luxembourg microfinance, monetary companies and fintech neighborhood on the LHoFT’s Fintech Friday on 6 March.
The 13 corporations delivered their ultimate pitches, leveraging the enter that they had acquired from the programme companions, consultants and mentors over the course of the week-long bootcamp.
The opposite chosen startups included (see this full listing right here) CinetPay from Côte d’Ivoire, A-Dealer and Dundiza each from Tanzania, PaddyCover and Esusu from Nigeria, Eversend from France, Exuus from Rwanda, uKheshe from South Africa and Ghana’s Folks’s Pension Belief, the UK’s SympliFi, Nigeria’s SmartTeller and Ghanian and US primarily based startup Oz.