Senditoo is giving yet another lesson on brand awareness…
On this episode of Technikari, we are joined by Takwana Tyaranini the co-founder of the popular remittance service Senditoo.
Digital company, Senditoo is fast becoming one of the dominant fintech start-ups in Africa, after securing a US$5 million line of credit from an international conglomerate. It comes after the financial enterprise, which is headquartered in London, announced it had been in talks to increase customers sending amounts from US$500 to now allowing them to […]
BancABC has announced that they are partnering London-based remittance company Senditoo. The deal will allow Zimbos in the diaspora to send & receive money at BancABC’s branch network countrywide. Senditoo was predominantly focused on selling airtime but this move establishes as more of a remittance company in the sense that most are accustomed to. it […]
As part of its plans to expand its services, Ozaremit recently secured a six-figure investment from three angel investors focused on the emerging markets. Thibault Launay, Romain Girbal and Célia Grémy are French investors who have had their hand in some startups including an African classifieds service called Afrimalin that’s active in 8 Francophone countries.
Started in the United Kingdom by two African tech entrepreneurs, Ibrahima Soumano (a Guinean) and Takwana Tyaranini (a Zimbabwean) Ozaremit lets users buy airtime credit for recipients in 35 different African countries. Transfers are made instantly and directly to the recipient’s mobile phone and there is no need for any follow-up activation.