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7 African Startup Podcasts You Should Listen To

There is the need to learn from other startups, learn the terrain of the industry, and have adequate insight into what business entails.

7 African Startup Podcasts You Should Listen To
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African startup podcasts offers depth of knowledge and experience for nascent businesses and existing ones. Starting as an entrepreneur can be a herculean task. There is the need to learn from other startups, learn the terrain of the industry, and have adequate insight into what business entails.

According to Business Post, African startups received a $4.8 billion inflow in the year 2022, which implies that the startup scene is ever-increasing and engaging for entrepreneurs and investors. Hence, gathering information as regards the niche of startup and business in its entirety is important. 

Here are 7 African startup podcasts you should listen to: 

1. The Flip

Justin Norman, the host, decided to ramp up on the assertion that comprehending startups in Africa requires a perspective outside what it is typically known for. As a result, he presents Flip, a weekly podcast featuring interesting conversations with key figures in the African startup scene.

2. Invest Africa Insight 

It is a top pan-African commerce hub that encourages investment and trade in the continent. The podcast examines the main economic developments in Africa as well as the challenges that investors and businesses face on the continent.

3. Mashstartups 

Hosted by Mashudu Modau, Mashstartups is a podcast that examines the frank adventures and useful lessons of Africa’s up-and-coming businesspeople. The goal of the Mashstartup Podcast is to provide insights and techniques that will assist entrepreneurs in their startups. It does this by featuring the most talented creators, significant entrepreneurs, and high-performing professionals. This platform unites individuals to support the development of African entrepreneurs. 

4. The Lebo Lion Show

The podcast hosted by Lebo Lion offers a new perspective on business-related subjects. She explains the business community from the place of an experienced SME growth strategist and digital marketer, emphasizing rich dialogue and empowering individuals via education and entrepreneurship.

5. Techpoint Africa podcast 

The startup ecosystem in Nigeria is the subject of the Techpoint Africa podcast. This podcast stands out primarily because it is intended to offer you a thorough understanding of the important actors in Nigeria’s entrepreneurial landscape. Nigeria’s significant presence in terms of developing and funding a significant portion of the continent’s startups is irrefutable, either pan-African or sub-regional level. This podcast is a fantastic resource for learning about the Nigerian startup scene. 

6. Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business

The twice-weekly podcast, hosted by Olumide Ogunsanwo and Bankole Makanju, provides an in-depth analysis of a different industry each week. The programmes’ framework typically centres on recent, significant deals in businesses. The hosts use that agreement to give additional background, across the continent, on that industry. Links to some of the background resources that the hosts addressed in the episode are provided on the Afrobility website to foster better understanding.

7. Disrupt Podcast 

It’s an arm of the Disrupt Africa news website. It is a go-to source for the most recent information on which startups are receiving funding or whose founders are receiving recognition across the continent. To discuss current economic changes on the continent, the hosts speak with entrepreneurs and investors. Each episode begins with a summary of some of the most current headlines about startups and funds in Africa before moving on to more in-depth interviews.

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