Ghanaian Startups (Asoriba & Farmart) Gain Nominations for AppsAfrica Innovation Awards
The annual awards that seeks to celebrate best innovations in mobile and tech across the African continent has shortlisted a number of startups for this year’s awards ceremony.
The nomination cuts across countries all over Africa, and has categories under which the nominees fall. Innovative startups considered in this year’s event include, fintechs, e-health, among others.
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Asoriba is a church management solution app created for churches to enable seamless engagement with church members and also help church leaders effectively undergo administrative duties. Chief Executive Officer of Asoriba Inc, Nana Opoku Prempeh-Agyeman was named Influential Young Ghanaian in Science and Technology in 2016.
Farmart is an online farmer’s market in Ghana for fresh farm produce and groceries, linking farmers to homes and businesses.
Other shortlisted startups include, Kenyan emergency responsive startup, Flare and Nigerian fintech startup, Kudi, who are nominees for the Best Social and Messaging Award, alongside US Solution Juntos, South Africa’s 1Fetch and Nigeria’s Wetin Dey.
For the Disruptive Award category, Medsaf, What3words, Trend Solar from Nigeria, South Africa and Tanzania respectively.
Fluterwave, and Asoko Insight grabbed nominations for Enterprise Solutions Award.
The AppsAfrica Awards was first held in 2014 to celebrate the best innovations in mobile and tech. Winners
will be announced at the event slated to be held in CapeTown on November 6.
For full list of nominees, visit: https://www.appsafrica.com/appsafrica-innovation-awards/