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Building The Future with Dotun

Dotun Olowoporoku: Entrepreneur, Investor, Growth

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One on one interviews with people who are using technology, entrepreneurship and innovative ideas to shape the future of Africa.

Latest Episodes

BTF Season 3 Finale

We have now come to the end of season 3! It has been such an exciting journey, one I hope you enjoyed as well. Please listen to my review of the season, what you can expect from next season and when we will be returning.

3 MINMAR 4
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BTF Season 3 Finale

#66, Steve Grin (Lateral Capital)

Steve Grin is the Managing Partner at Lateral Capital, a firm that invests in early and growth stage opportunities in sub-Saharan Africa. Their Fund backs technology-enabled businesses

57 MINFEB 4
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#66, Steve Grin (Lateral Capital)

#65, Dustyn Winder (Akili.Vc)

Dustyn Winder is the co-founder and managing partner at Akili.Vc Akili is a pre-seed to Series A fund tailored for Africa. Their philosophy is based on the belief that there are very interesting problems that are often difficult for entrepreneurs to execute on, whether because they are hidden inside corporations, neglected in disaffected communities, or in geographies that present different challenges than traditional startup markets.

37 MINJAN 29
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#65, Dustyn Winder (Akili.Vc)

#64, Adam Grunewald, CEO & CO-Founder at Lynk (BTF Podcast)

Adam Grunewald is the co-founder and CEO of Lynk, a platform designed to provide technology-based solutions for the massive informal labour sectors in Kenya. Adam has worked at Google as a project manager on new and emerging projects in the United States and Kenya. Driven by the urge to create a reliable employment system for manual workers in Kenya, he created Lynk in late 2015. Lynk has raised $1m in funding and is currently fundraising.

71 MINJAN 21
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#64, Adam Grunewald, CEO & CO-Founder at Lynk (BTF Podcast)

#63 Ekechi Nwokah

Ekechi Nwokah is the CEO and founder at mines.io, a startup that provides technology infrastructure which enables local institutions such as banks, mobile phone operators, retailers in an emerging market to offer credit to their customers.

88 MINJAN 15
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#63 Ekechi Nwokah

#62, Tunde Leye

Tunde Leye is the author of four novels, including his latest: Afonja, The Rise. He began his writing as a blogger during his mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). Tunde ran this blog for three years during which he wrote seven series including wildly popular Finding Hubby.

99 MINJAN 7
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#62, Tunde Leye

#61, Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin

Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin is the founder of Pearls Africa Foundation. Pearls Africa Foundation is a non-governmental organization that provides young girls living in underserved communities through training in technology, skill acquisitions and mentorship.

93 MIN2018 DEC 18
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#61, Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin

#60, Nnamdi Azodo

Nnamdi Azodo is a product owner at ALAT by Wema bank, Africa’s first mobile-only bank. ALAT is a fully digital bank in Nigeria, designed to help customers save more. A savings account can totally be opened in 5 minutes with a debit card delivered ALAT was launched on May 2nd 2017, and as at November this year they have almost 400 thousand accounts.

61 MIN2018 DEC 11
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#60, Nnamdi Azodo

#59, Olumide Soyombo

Olumide Soyombo is the Co-Founder of BlueChip Technologies. BlueChip Technologies is a systems integrator specialized in Data Warehousing, Analytics and Business Intelligence Solutions. Olumide is also the co-founder at Leadpath Nigeria, a seed capital fund that specializes in providing short, medium and long-term funding to small and medium-sized start-up businesses. They have invested in companies like Paystack, Fashpa, Piggybank among others.

63 MIN2018 DEC 4
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#59, Olumide Soyombo

#58, Lexi Novitske

In 2012 Lexi Novitske moved to Nigeria from The United States. Lexi worked for Verod Capital Management, a Nigeria-based private equity firm. Prior to joining Verod, she had spent her career developing an expertise in financial services through her time at New York-based Sandler O’Neill Asset Management. In 2014, Lexi joined Singularity Investments as the Principal Investment Officer where she oversees the firm’s operations in Africa.

51 MIN2018 NOV 26
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#58, Lexi Novitske

Latest Episodes

BTF Season 3 Finale

We have now come to the end of season 3! It has been such an exciting journey, one I hope you enjoyed as well. Please listen to my review of the season, what you can expect from next season and when we will be returning.

3 MINMAR 4
Comments
BTF Season 3 Finale

#66, Steve Grin (Lateral Capital)

Steve Grin is the Managing Partner at Lateral Capital, a firm that invests in early and growth stage opportunities in sub-Saharan Africa. Their Fund backs technology-enabled businesses

57 MINFEB 4
Comments
#66, Steve Grin (Lateral Capital)

#65, Dustyn Winder (Akili.Vc)

Dustyn Winder is the co-founder and managing partner at Akili.Vc Akili is a pre-seed to Series A fund tailored for Africa. Their philosophy is based on the belief that there are very interesting problems that are often difficult for entrepreneurs to execute on, whether because they are hidden inside corporations, neglected in disaffected communities, or in geographies that present different challenges than traditional startup markets.

37 MINJAN 29
Comments
#65, Dustyn Winder (Akili.Vc)

#64, Adam Grunewald, CEO & CO-Founder at Lynk (BTF Podcast)

Adam Grunewald is the co-founder and CEO of Lynk, a platform designed to provide technology-based solutions for the massive informal labour sectors in Kenya. Adam has worked at Google as a project manager on new and emerging projects in the United States and Kenya. Driven by the urge to create a reliable employment system for manual workers in Kenya, he created Lynk in late 2015. Lynk has raised $1m in funding and is currently fundraising.

71 MINJAN 21
Comments
#64, Adam Grunewald, CEO & CO-Founder at Lynk (BTF Podcast)

#63 Ekechi Nwokah

Ekechi Nwokah is the CEO and founder at mines.io, a startup that provides technology infrastructure which enables local institutions such as banks, mobile phone operators, retailers in an emerging market to offer credit to their customers.

88 MINJAN 15
Comments
#63 Ekechi Nwokah

#62, Tunde Leye

Tunde Leye is the author of four novels, including his latest: Afonja, The Rise. He began his writing as a blogger during his mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). Tunde ran this blog for three years during which he wrote seven series including wildly popular Finding Hubby.

99 MINJAN 7
Comments
#62, Tunde Leye

#61, Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin

Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin is the founder of Pearls Africa Foundation. Pearls Africa Foundation is a non-governmental organization that provides young girls living in underserved communities through training in technology, skill acquisitions and mentorship.

93 MIN2018 DEC 18
Comments
#61, Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin

#60, Nnamdi Azodo

Nnamdi Azodo is a product owner at ALAT by Wema bank, Africa’s first mobile-only bank. ALAT is a fully digital bank in Nigeria, designed to help customers save more. A savings account can totally be opened in 5 minutes with a debit card delivered ALAT was launched on May 2nd 2017, and as at November this year they have almost 400 thousand accounts.

61 MIN2018 DEC 11
Comments
#60, Nnamdi Azodo

#59, Olumide Soyombo

Olumide Soyombo is the Co-Founder of BlueChip Technologies. BlueChip Technologies is a systems integrator specialized in Data Warehousing, Analytics and Business Intelligence Solutions. Olumide is also the co-founder at Leadpath Nigeria, a seed capital fund that specializes in providing short, medium and long-term funding to small and medium-sized start-up businesses. They have invested in companies like Paystack, Fashpa, Piggybank among others.

63 MIN2018 DEC 4
Comments
#59, Olumide Soyombo

#58, Lexi Novitske

In 2012 Lexi Novitske moved to Nigeria from The United States. Lexi worked for Verod Capital Management, a Nigeria-based private equity firm. Prior to joining Verod, she had spent her career developing an expertise in financial services through her time at New York-based Sandler O’Neill Asset Management. In 2014, Lexi joined Singularity Investments as the Principal Investment Officer where she oversees the firm’s operations in Africa.

51 MIN2018 NOV 26
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#58, Lexi Novitske
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