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The final instalment of this UNAJUA series featuring Henry Mascot addresses how insurtech startups are either looking to collaborate with insurance incumbents or choosing to disrupt them. Henry cites noteworthy attributes of innovative startups that have made headlines of late. He also talks about how various 'non-financial' sectors are vying to ge…
 
In this UNAJUA episode, Henry Mascot highlights the untapped gains of Africa's insurance market. Henry suggests how technology might fuel social and economic development and offer insight into how the insurance industry is already proving to be a driver of economic growth. Finally, he touches on three innovative ways that technologies like data ana…
 
This UNAJUA series opener featuring Nigerian insuretech founder Henry Mascot shares in-trench perspectives about Africa' growing insurance industry. Henry offers insights about the dynamics of insurance adoption, elucidating how economic development plays a vital role in its adoption. Listen in to hear why Henry believes Africa's insurance industry…
 
In this UNAJUA episode, Vivian Nwakah offers insight into the dynamics of Nigeria's open drug markets. Vivian highlights the counterintuitive ways that drug regulation affects the supply-side logistics of local and international drug producers. She believes that the intelligent use of technological solutions in the supply process will allow for med…
 
In this UNAJUA series opener, Vivian Nwakah breaks down Nigeria's healthcare scene—highlighting the size of the sector as well as the disparity of healthcare access between the rich and less well off. Vivian Nwakah is the co-founder & CEO of Medsaf, an enterprise pharma supply chain company based in Lagos, Nigeria. Vivian is a serial entrepreneur a…
 
Part 2 of this UNAJUA Throwback series takes us back to when Lucy Hoffman, co-founder and head of operations at the Cape Town-based mobile content development startup Carry1st, joined Andile Masuku and Osarumen Osamuyi for an extended insight-rich chat—published on March 10th 2020. (Since then, Carry1st has gone on to close a $6 million Series A le…
 
This UNAJUA Throwback episode takes us back to when Lucy Hoffman, co-founder and head of operations at the Cape Town-based, American mobile content development startup Carry1st joined Andile Masuku and Osarumen Osamuyi for an extended insight-rich chat (published on March 10th 2020). Since recording this conversation, Carry1st has closed a $6 milli…
 
This UNAJUA podcast is the third and final episode of a three-part series featuring agri-tech founder, Karidas Tshintsholo. In this episode, Karidas addresses how access to market might be improved for African farmers, and how the playing field might be levelled for new entrants.Prior to founding KHULA!, Karidas co-founded a South African media com…
 
In this episode, South African agritech startup founder Karidas Tshintsholo addresses questions like What effect does access to certified inputs have on overall farmer success? and How can easier access to technical advisory & services improve yields?Prior to founding KHULA!, Karidas co-founded a South African media company called the Money Tree Gr…
 
This UNAJUA series features a South African agritech founder called Karidas Tshitshonlo. Karidas has a lot of insight to share from his agribusiness adventure thus far, but before we get to that.Karidas T. shares his take on how innovation in agriculture is providing new opportunities not only to the farmers but to the consumers as well. Khula App …
 
This is an audio podcast episode of a video release. For more information on this podcast visit https://www.stuartoswald.com/p/podcast.html. » Find me everywhere https://linktr.ee/stuartoswald » Series Page https://www.amazon.com/Clarksons-Farm-Season-1/dp/B095RHJ52R (do not pay for it, follow my mini guide here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lt8I…
 
Mwihaki Mundia gives a perspective of how brachiaria grass is exceptionally suited for the Sub-Saharan African livestock farmers especially looking at what climate and soil type does it thrive in. She further weighs in on the dynamic “rivalry” with fodder options such as the popular Napier and Brachiaria grass.On this instalment, Mwihaki Mundia arg…
 
This is an audio podcast episode of a video release. For more information on this podcast visit https://www.stuartoswald.com/p/podcast.html. » Find me everywhere https://linktr.ee/stuartoswald » VPN to watch Wimbledon https://www.stuartoswald.com/p/my-recommended-vpn.htmlBy Stuart Oswald
 
This UNAJUA Series - presented by Kenyan die-hard environment advocate and comms pro, Mwihaki Mundia - offers a minimum actionable response to the question: "Could the adoption of Brachiaria grass be a game-changer for livestock farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa?"As part of her Communications Specialist role at the International Livestock Research Inst…
 
This is an audio podcast episode of a video release. For more information on this podcast visit https://www.stuartoswald.com/p/podcast.html. » Find me everywhere https://linktr.ee/stuartoswald » Link to video shown https://twitter.com/MattWalshBlog/status/1409265099081015298By Stuart Oswald
 
This is an audio podcast episode of a video release. For more information on this podcast visit https://www.stuartoswald.com/p/podcast.html. » Find me everywhere https://linktr.ee/stuartoswald » Einzelfallinfos Info Sheet with all links and info https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1WIpfpRo7rCDVsuZD66e2vihRDsH3ok4h-_bXEvYL5zo/edit…
 
In this bonus, episode (the second of a two-part conversation), Socialstack Co-founder and CEO Andrew Berkowitz joins African Tech Roundup Co-founder and Executive Producer Andile Masuku to discuss some of the technicalities of the $ATRU launch.They discuss the merits of launching the token on the Celo blockchain and share details about how you can…
 
This podcast is the second in the two-part UNAJUA series unpacking the question, "What does it take for a Ugandan research insights startup to become a commercial success?" presented by founder and researcher Peter Kisadha.In this episode, Peter speaks on whether it's possible for an African research insights company to be commercially viable and p…
 
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