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The fintech sector has seen remarkable success in the continent, encouraged by the proliferation of the internet and cheaper mobile devices.
With its strong labour force and economic mobility of the consumers, Africa has attracted quite an interest by the international investors and multinational companies have less man-power and limited capital.
Agriculture has witnessed a boost in innovation in Africa, with roughly 300 days of the shining sun and nearly 60% of the world's arable land.
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Several parts of Continental Africa have been at the receiving end of the disastrous effects brought about by climate change. And this has admittedly proven to be a formidable challenge in expanding business opportunities in some of the economically weakest countries of the world.
Recent times have been uncertain, to say the least. So, businesses in Africa, like their counterparts elsewhere, are taking steps to reduce costs. However, while cost-cutting is done in good faith, they are not often not enough or simply do the opposite. This is most often a strenuous task for business start-ups who already have less man-power and limited capital.
Alluvial is now set to tackle food production on the continent and approached Africa Business Venture to support this ambitious project.