Chipper Cash: How two Africans overcame bias to build a startup worth billions

Originally published on Forbes by Jeff Kauflin A pair of twentysomethings from Uganda and Ghana thought there was a fortune to be made bringing transnational financial services to Africa‚Äôs 1.2 billion people. With 5 million users, San Francisco-based Chipper Cash is just getting started. It was the summer of 2018, and Ham Serunjogi, a 24-year-old … Continue reading Chipper Cash: How two Africans overcame bias to build a startup worth billions