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In this final instalment of our UNAJUA series themed: Is the African technology ecosystem at an inflection point? Nigerian analyst and researcher Derin Adebayo unpacks what is driving the increase in capital flowing into Africa's tech ecosystem. Derin also suggests what the various types of money making its way into the market might signal and analyses the role local and international investors play in the space.

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Useful References:

OP-ED: The Chicken or the Exit by Osarumen Osamuyi & Derin Adebayo for The Subtext

OP-ED: UD #01: Software is eating the rest of the world by Derin Adebayo for Unequally Distributed

PODCAST: The 'Exits' are Coming: Hernán Kazah on LATAM by Juan Gabriel Delgado for The Next Billion

OP-ED: A Story of Resilience: How has the LatAm Venture Capital Ecosystem Grown? by Suadfakih

BLOG: Latin America’s Fintech Boom by Angela Strange and Matthieu Hafemeister for a16z

ARTICLE: Why Lagos has become Africa’s most attractive tech hub for investors by Aanu Adeoye for rest of world

BLOG: The Frontier Blindspot by Stephen Deng and DFS Lab

OP-ED: Venture Capital in 2021: Bigger, Faster and More Global by Allen Taylor

OP-ED: UD #02: Banks are shook and they should be by Derin Adebayo for Unequally Distributed

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