Opening with a panel discussion and fireside chat on African startups and impact investments, the rest of the discussion centered on how more emphasis is being placed on impact investments worldwide.
Guests on the panel were Steve Case, Jean Case (of Case Foundation), and Eric Osiakwan.
The pitches followed shortly after the hour-long discussions and Q n A. The following is the list of ideas which pitched at the 300-participant event.
Alfie Designs helps provide quality African couture designs at affordable prices for businesses and individuals in and outside Africa.
Asoriba helps streamline all church management activities to ensure effective communication, easier management and accountable administration.
Flippy Campus provides the “Ultimate Campus Experience” for students by providing a messaging platform to keep students abreast of information from school authorities and student groups.
ContraPac is a skin product which helps to prevent mosquitoes. It’s made from natural African products.
PharmSee helps locals find pharmacies in their neigborhoods. It’s aim is to help combat several acute cases which rise out of inaccessibility to pharmacies during health conditions.
BitSoko is a payment platform which helps to send payments via bitcoins by loading cash or bitcoins onto a bistro wallet.
Farmerline helps to crowdsource farm information from farmers to submit their information…
EgoTickets is a complete event ticketing application which handles the complete event management process, powered by African payment systems for African countries.
Wanjo is a juice manufacturing company which makes wellness beverages, syrups, drinks, spices, etc. and sources its healthy ingredients from local farmers across Ghana.
Congrats to our #CaseAfrica #PitchforAccra winner @wanjofoodsgh! pic.twitter.com/Rmax3SnyWN