This difference dedicates this Senegalic start launched four months ago and is already beginning to make a good place in the African and international FinTech world. Since its creation in October 2018, it continues to grow in strength and now has more than 1100 downloads and 750 active users per month.
Kobiri, which means Soussou language money, is a mobile application that makes it easy to manage a mobile currency account. He was chosen among the 6 young companies based on the best potential of the banking sector's digital innovation that presented to the jury during the final.
This 6 startup plan, which offers solutions in mobile wallets, digital marketing, financial inclusion, process digitization, and related objects, becomes the de facto partners of the BCP group and will see their answers . used in the Bank and its subsidiaries, according to the organizers.
As a reminder, last November, the BCP group has launched its first edition of its "Fintech Challenge", with the goal of identifying the most promising startups with the intention of compiling and using innovative solutions in response to challenges. key business issues.
The call for applications that ended on December 23, 2018 was a great start in Africa and elsewhere, with more than 1,200 expressions of interest received from 34 countries. At the end of this selection, some of twenty initial countries from 11 different countries were invited to take part in Bootcamp Bouznika, a Moroccan seaside town.
The success of this kobiri, which built Mohamed with his brother, Souleymane Sidibé, ex-students from ESP, graduating at DST and license holder in Telecommunications Networks and DGI, and another closing.