This has been an adrenaline-filled week for 15 tech startups from across Africa. As they try to outshine one another at the ongoing TechCrunch Startup Battlefield Africa in Kenya’s Capital Nairobi. Well, the TechCrunch judges, came, have been seeing, and are now starting to render their verdict.
Of the 15 African startups going at each other’s neck for the Startup Battlefield Africa 2017 crown, Kenya’s Lori Systems has bagged the first place price. Coming in first, Lori Systems will walk out of the TechCrunch podium with $25,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip for two to the tech center San Francisco to take part in the Disrupt SF 2018. A flagship event also by TechCrunch.
Lori Systems the Most Promising Startup in sub-Saharan Africa
Lori Systems was crown the Most Promising Startup in sub-Saharan Africa. The startup also came first place under the productivity and utility category.
How Lori Systems works: The Nairobi-based startup has created a logistics platform said to disrupt the cargo tracking business in Africa.
“We look forward to meet Lori Systems again in San Francisco, where it will join the best and brightest entrepreneurs, investors, hackers, and tech …read more