Telecoms & Media
Aella gets a boost from a Singaporean “family office” to expand in Nigeria

Aella gets a boost from a Singaporean “family office” to expand in Nigeria

The microcredit Nigerian company just received $10 million in loans from a private Singaporean investor. With a share capital bolstered by a funding round filled with well-known investors in digital technologies, Aella is preparing blockchain developments in Nigeria and the Philippines.

Someone shares this article with you
            ▪ Aella gets a boost from a Singaporean “family office” to expand in Nigeria

▪ The microcredit Nigerian company just received $10 million in loans from a private Singaporean investor. With a share capital bolstered by a funding round filled with well-known investors in digital technologies, Aella is preparing blockchain developments in Nigeria and the Philippines.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/803018/aella-gets-a-boost-from-a-singaporean-family-office-to-expand-in-nigeria/

14/02/2020 at 17h51, by Jeune Afrique Business+

With its sights set on blockchain technologies,

To read the article and discover your subscription benefits

You are connected to your Jeune Afrique account but your Jeune Afrique Business+ subscription does not allow you to consult the English version. To update your subscription, contact us by clicking here.

Recommended articles

Bank & Insurance

28/02/2020 at 17h17, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Microfinance: ACEP negotiating with Orange and Airtel in addition to restructuring

To speed up its growth across Africa, the microfinance specialist is consolidating its regional branches...

Telecoms & Media

28/02/2020 at 16h34, by Jeune Afrique Business+

Germany’s GreenTec Capital Partners invests in the “Uber of HR” in Morocco

The venture building company is close to corporations like AFD and GIZ and bolsters start-ups’ potential...

Telecoms & Media

23/01/2020 at 17h18, by Jeune Afrique Business+

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences and Next Einstein Forum seek to raise $1bn

In search of a sustainable business model, the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) network,...

Capital Market & Private Equity

18/12/2019 at 18h08, by Julien Clémençot, updated 19/12/2019

Axian (Hassanein Hiridjee) invests in technology fund blisce/

Malagasy group Axian, co-led by brothers Hassanein and Amin Hiridjee, in mid-October joined the international...

Telecoms & Media

09/12/2019 at 20h56, by Aurélie Benoit, updated 10/12/2019

Tidjane Dème (Partech Africa): “we want to keep developing at a strong pace in 2020”

With a portfolio of €125m ($138m), the investment platform for tech and digital startups in Africa plans...

Any questions ? contact us

Please get in touch with the Jeune Afrique Business+ team if you require any further information.

Email us : abonnements@jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com

Add JAB+ to your home screen

1. Click on + at the bottom of your screen.

2. Click on + to add JAB+ on the home screen.

3. Enter the name of the shortcut and confirm.