Accounteer wins 2018 MEST Entrepreneur difficulty

Pan-African entrepreneurial training program, seed fund and incubator MEST closed its third effective MEST Africa Top last week Thursday.The. three-day occasion, which happened in Cape Town South Africa, culminated in a firmly contested pitch competitors between MEST portfolio business founders.Nigeria's Accounteerwould go to win the competition, receiving an award of $50,000 in equity financial investment from the Meltwater Foundation, in addition to space and assistance in the MEST Incubator Lagos.Competing at the continental level, against the similarity< a href= target=_ blank rel=noopener > Cowtribe from Ghana, Information Integrated Limited from Kenya and Swiftvee from South Africa, Accounteer's possibilities were never ever been in doubt.As a wise

cloud accounting platform, Accounteer's solution is targeting African SMEs. In Nigeria alone, that market consists of over 37 million SMEs. But in a rather conservative stand, Niyi Adegboye (who represented the start-up) discusses that the success was a result of constant hard work by the whole group both in the regional level and at the grand finale.Niyi Adegboye Accounteer as we understand it has actually constantly looked towards partnerships that

help it to grow faster and smarter. It was among the startups that benefitted from Venture Platform's second Accelerator program as well as participated in Pitch Storm at the inaugural Techpoint Build start-up event. In relations with MEST, the collaboration would be a multi-faceted, says Niyi."While conversations are

still on-going, something we know for sure is that it will welcome an investor-startup relationship as well as a strategic collaboration for other company figures."Considering that its 2008 launch in Accra, Ghana, MEST has been driving a few of the continent's most successful business owners to scale, while accomplishing Pan-African and worldwide reach and recognition.Nigerian start-ups raised an overall funding of$9.2 million in Q1 2018.

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