Investing in African Fintech Amidst a Global VC Slowdown

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Follow along as The year 2022 has brought a ‘VC deep freeze’ to the global technology ecosystem prompted by market uncertainties, inflation, valuation corrections and related macroeconomic conditions. Having seen VC funding of nearly $5 billion in 2021, Africa is standing out globally and fintechs across the continent continue to raise funds as startups are resolving real problems. This panel brings together ecosystem builders, investors, and astute VCs to dissect the African VC landscape despite the global slowdown and provide insights into how investors are differentiating themselves and enabling meaningful support for their portfolio companies.
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