European Investors eyes Nigerian and Ghanaian Start-ups as Deep Dive Africa begins tour

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Deep Dive Africa in its inaugural edition has kicked off its tour this week. The tour sets to take European investors to Nigeria and Ghana to foster investment in early-stage start-ups.

The Deep Dive Africa tour put together by Make-IT in Africa and Impact Hub Accra will commence in Accra, Ghana on Thursday, December 4 and end in Lagos, Nigeria on Wednesday, December 4, 2019.

The inaugural tour is aimed at connecting Nigeria and Ghanaian entrepreneurs. Many of these entrepreneurs are currently working on executing innovative solutions to challenges, but funding has been the problem.

With this tour, European investors would get to see new innovations worth investing and thereby open up Africa has a home for the emerging markets for international investment.

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Majorly, the tour would help investors to minimise the risk involved with investment on the African continent as they have the leverage to easily navigate the continent.

In sessions taking place in the two countries, investors will get to meet start-ups and would be getting to know the legal framework that summarises investment in both countries.

Other benefits of the tour include;

  • Investors participation in networking with local counterparts
  • Visiting tech hubs to have a feel of innovation on the local scene
  • One-on-one meet up with carefully selected start-ups

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