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IDORENYIN OBONG: Five financial planning tips for African freelancers and gig workers

The global pandemic has accelerated the pace of change, causing significant disruption across labour markets and forever changing how we work. While some companies have reviewed their working policies to accommodate hybrid approaches to work, others have shed millions of permanent full-time jobs.

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In a major re-brand move, Aboki Africa is now Grey!

As a part of this re-brand, Aboki Africa has released a new corporate logo and website redesign that works with its growing business model.

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Nigerian digital banking startup Grey expands to Kenya with Cellulant partnership

Nigerian digital banking startup Grey has announced the expansion of its service to East Africa, starting with Kenya, in partnership with fintech company Cellulant.

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Fintech Startup Grey Partners with Payments Company Cellulant for East Africa Expansion

Grey has announced the launch of its service to East Africa starting with Kenya in partnership with Cellulant. Its products, including foreign bank accounts, instant currency exchange, and international money transfers, are now available to Kenyan residents who sign up on Grey.

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Grey raises $2M to simplify cross-border payments across Africa

Grey, a fintech started by two Nigerians to simplify sending and receiving foreign payments for Africans, has raised $2 million in seed funding. The service offered by Grey enables its customers to have virtual international bank accounts for free and enjoy a seamless foreign payment process.

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Grey raises $2M to simplify cross-border payments across Africa

LAGOS, Nigeria, August 29, 2022/APO Group/ -- Grey (https://Grey.co), a fintech started by two Nigerians to simplify sending and receiving foreign payments for Africans, has raised $2 million in seed funding. The service offered by Grey enables its customers to have virtual international bank accounts for free and enjoy a seamless foreign payment process.

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Nigerian fintech startup, Grey, raises a $2 million seed round to expand into East Africa

Grey, a Nigerian fintech startup, has raised $2 million in a seed round to expand into East Africa. It also plans to launch its business-focused product, Grey Business, in Nigeria and Kenya. Y Combinator, Soma Capital, Heirloom Fund, True Culture Fund, Alan Rutledge, Samvit Ramadurgam, and Karthik Ramakrishnan are among those who participated in the round.

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Grey Raises $2M To Simplify Cross-Border Payments Across Africa

Grey, a fintech started by two Nigerians to simplify sending and receiving foreign payments for Africans, has raised $2 million in seed funding. The service offered by Grey enables its customers to have virtual international bank accounts for free and enjoy a seamless foreign payment process.

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Grey raises $2M to simplify cross-border payments across Africa

Grey (https://Grey.co), a fintech started by two Nigerians to simplify sending and receiving foreign payments for Africans, has raised $2 million in seed funding. The service offered by Grey enables its customers to have virtual international bank accounts for free and enjoy a seamless foreign payment process.

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Nigerian fintech Grey gets backing from Y Combinator

After five months of iteration, Grey pivoted in July 2021 to provide virtual international bank accounts, in EUR, GBP and USD, to Nigerians. The accounts are domiciled abroad, not affected by local jurisdiction or regulation. So when users receive money there, they can swap it to their local currencies and pay it out to their bank accounts.

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Nigeria’s Grey raises $2M for cross-border payments play and regional expansion

The provision of virtual foreign bank accounts has become a common strategy for fintechs to enable Nigerians and Africans to facilitate international transfers. In the latest development, Grey, a fintech in this category that provides virtual international bank accounts to African freelancers and remote workers, is announcing that it has raised $2 million in seed funding.

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