1776 Challenge Cup Accra Start Up Competition Announces Winners

1776 Challenge Cup Accra Start Up Competition Announces Winners

Zeepay Ghana a startup in the offering of Mobile Money Merchant App emerged as one of three top start ups that competed in the 1776 Challenge Cup Accra over the weekend at iSpace Foundation. 

 

1776 Challenge Cup Accra is a global initiative that brings 135 startups from around the world to pitch on a global platform in Washington DC in the Summer of 2016. The Accra event had over 20 applicants from West Africa pitching for a slot to win USD175,000 and USD1m in equity investment at the global event.

Zeepay Ghana a start up in the offering of Mobile Money Merchant App emerged as one of three top start ups that competed in the 1776 Challenge Cup Accra over the weekend at iSpace Foundation. 1776 Challenge Cup Accra is a global initiative that brings 135 startups from around the world to pitch on a global platform in Washington DC in the Summer of 2016. The Accra event had over 20 applicants from West Africa pitching for a slot to win USD175,000 and USD1m in equity investment at the global event.

“We are delighted to be selected amongst top 3 start ups to represent West Africa at the Regional event in Kenya and look forward to the maiden event in Washington DC. At Zeepay we are excited about the collaborative efforts of our Partners and Shareholders to bring us to this point. We would continue to work hard to meet expectations and improve shareholder value” said Andrew Co-Founder of Zeepay

"What was key in choosing the top 3 startups was picking teams that though solving pertinent issues in society and could compete on a global level. Though the selection was tough, I'm very confident that the Accra champions will be very successful and go all the way", Akua Baning, iSpace Community Manager

Zeepay is a wholly owned Ghanaian Company that operates as an aggregator for Mobile Financial Services in Ghana and beyond. We are a Financial Inclusion company and offer innovative services that promote Financial Inclusion and Mobile Money usage in Ghana.

 

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