This Startup Is Making Investing In Africa Possible For Investors Of Any Level

daba, an abbreviation for “Democratizing Access to Business in Africa” is set to launch soon and aims to give individuals interested in investing in exclusive markets in the continent of Africa the chance to do just that.

The waitlist, which is reported to have quietly opened in the fall of 2021, has reportedly grown to more than $2.5M USD in capital pledges toward promising African investment opportunities.

Established as Africa’s first social investment application, daba’s mission is to make investing in Africa possible for investors of any level.

To elevate their commitment to making investments in Africa accessible to everyone, daba’s application will be completely free to download and use.

However, investors who are looking for an enhanced investment experience with access to additional investment intelligence, pre-built managed investment portfolios, investment recommendations, and more; can purchase an affordable premium subscription.

The start-up was founded by American-based entrepreneurs – Boum III Jr and Anthony Miclet.

“Now is truly an opportune time to invest in Africa,” said Anthony, who serves as the Head of Product and co-founder of daba alongside Boum.

“With recent cultural and economic trends, a lot of eyes are on the continent. It’s safe to say the world is slowly catching up with what many on the continent have known for a long time. The future of investing is Africa.”

To learn more about daba and join the waitlist, visit dabafinance.com.

Abbianca Makoni

Abbianca Makoni is a content executive and writer at POCIT! She has years of experience reporting on critical issues affecting diverse communities around the globe.

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