Flutterwave's CEO, Olugbenga Agboola, shared insights into the company's evolution and future plans at a recent event. He discussed Flutterwave 3.0, its suite of products, and the goal of solving African market problems. The company primarily operates in Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, and Kenya, with strategic expansion into Rwanda, Ghana, Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, and Senegal. Agboola noted significant growth across all segments, particularly the Send app, which is growing at over 100%. He hinted at an IPO but emphasized their current focus on customer experience and digital market expansion. Agboola also addressed regulatory issues in Kenya, highlighting their commitment to proper governance and scaling efforts.
Olugbenga Agboola, CEO of Flutterwave, discussed the company's structure and evolution, highlighting Flutterwave 3.0 as a suite of products aimed at solving African market problems. While their primary markets include Nigeria, South Africa, Egypt, and Kenya, they strategically expand into other African countries. Agboola emphasized significant growth across all segments, with the Send app growing at over 100%. Regarding Flutterwave's IPO plans, he mentioned a focus on customers, revenue, experience, and digital market expansion. Agboola also addressed regulatory challenges in Kenya, emphasizing their commitment to proper governance and scaling efforts.
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