Disrupt Africa launches Pipeline Service

Disrupt Africa launches Pipeline Service

African startup portal, Disrupt Africa has launched ‘Pipeline’, a novel offline
service which allows corporates, investors, and accelerators to easily source
innovative startups in Africa.

This service will help corporates looking for technology solutions to business challenges, investors seeking to widen their portfolios or accelerators looking for applications to their programs.

“Through Pipeline, we hope to offer an additional, very personalized service to our customers looking to connect with African startups within strict parameters.  Given the wide pool of contacts we have within the startup world, we’re keen to take a more hands-on role in making the right connections, strong partnerships and great investments happen” Gabriella Mulligan, co-founder of Disrupt Africa stated.

The company’s Research arm also releases in-depth reports on various aspects of the African tech startup ecosystem, including the annual African Tech startups, funding Reports and the Biennial Finnovating for Africa.

The Disrupt Africa team has built up a vast database of African tech startups, a contact list that spans the continent, and deep expertise across a number of markets and verticals.

With the help of Disrupt Pipeline, customers will be able to connect and access most innovative companies across Africa.

The Pipeline service combines the database of Disrupt Africa its team’s expertise in the continent’s startup ecosystems.

Moreover, customers will be provided with recommendations and connections to suggested startups and entrepreneurs for their initiatives, as per their requirements.

This service can also be combined with advertising campaigns via the Disrupt Africa platform to widen scope across the continent.

Disrupt Africa is a blog that provides readers with information about startups and technology in Africa. Disrupt Africa is a one-stop-shop for all news, information, and commentary pertaining to the continent’s tech startup and investment ecosystem. It was launched in November 2014 at Cape Town, South Africa.