Balogun said that the company will use the money to grow its team, build out its product and expand into new markets in Africa.
SunFi, the Nigerian clean tech startup that connects people and businesses who want to access solar power with payment plans that match their needs, has successfully raised $2.325 million in seed funding.
This impressive feat was backed by major investors Nairobi-based Factor[e] and Sterling Bank’s SCM Capital Asset Management, as well as participating investors including Voltron Capital, Norrsken impact Accelerator, Ventures Platform and Sovereign Capital.
In a call with TechCrunch, SunFi’s CEO Roti Balogun said that the company will use the money to grow its team, build out its product and expand into new markets in Africa.
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