providing alternative digital financing & inclusion for Africa’s gig economy.


what is the problem?

Africa’s gig economy is defined as those who ply a trade or undertake a temporary contract online. This digital workforce often lacks a reliable financial track record as they have a minimal formal employment history.
This results in;
  • A fragmented credit history.
  • Job insecurity, losses and income volatility.
  • Difficulty in accessing suitable financial services for daily operations and expansion.


what are we solving.

Impact for the digital workforce:

  • Opportunity to access trusted, easy and flexible finance for your daily work or business.
  • Reducing volatility or uncertainty in sales and performance.

Impact for the gig platform:

  • Ability to focus on existing operations and growth execution.
  • Improve retention and satisfaction of gig workers on the platform.

The Global Gig Economy will be valued at $500 billion by 2023.

 In Africa, the gig economy is expected to employ between 30 – 88 million people (Gig or iWorkers) by 2030 growing on average  20-33% CAGR over the next decade and will largely employ the 100 million African youth entering the workforce over the next decade

We enable Kamau to keep his Bolt business moving consistently by providing credit when his car breaks down and requires emergency repairs.

We equip Nosipho to expand her Airbnb properties with easy credit for rental deposit, buying of furniture and other household goods.

We empower Femi to get higher paying jobs from Upwork with tailor made credit for a new course in PHP programming from Moringa School.

We ease the financial burden for Tunde to pay for his okada insurance with tailor made digital finance & insurance products that he pays off over time.

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