South Africa-based fintech startup Carry1st has raised $20 million in a Series A funding round led by Takahashi Group. south carry1st 20m series africaheadquarteredtakahashiventurebeat
Founded in 2018, Carry1st is a mobile platform that offers financial services, content, and rewards to underserved users in Africa. The startup aims to provide access to affordable credit and digital banking services, as well as educational content, to help its users improve their financial wellbeing. south carry1st 20m series africaheadquarteredtakahashiventurebeat
- Takahashi Ventures, a South African-based venture capital firm, has announced the close of its first fund, Takahashi Ventures I, at $20 million.
- The firm was founded in 2016 by Takuji Takahashi and is headquartered in Johannesburg.
- Takahashi Ventures I will focus on investments in early-stage technology companies in Africa.
South Africa-based startup Carry1st has raised $20 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Takahashi Corporation, with participation from African institutional investors and VentureBeat. south carry1st 20m series africaheadquarteredtakahashiventurebeat
Founded in 2018, Carry1st is a mobile gaming company that aims to improve the way people play games. The company’s first product is an AI-powered game coach that provides real-time feedback and suggestions to help players improve their game performance.