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The Dakar-based startup placed first for its solution Townpay, which enables municipalities to collect more revenue by digitising the collection of local taxes.
The startup will next year represent Senegal at the global Seedstars Summit in Switzerland where it stands to win up to $1-million in equity investments.
Sudpay was founded in 2014 and claims to have operations in eight Francophone countries
Sudpay was founded in 2014 and claims to have operations in eight Francophone countries: Gabon, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Burkina Faso, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the Congo and Cameroon.
The startup’s team includes co-founders Samba Sow, project manager Moustapha Fall, marketing director Meissa Diop and customer service manager Bamba Khouma. Some of Sudpay’s products include digital ticketing solutions for events, merchant payment solutions and automated payment systems for the transport industry.
Featured image: Sudpay team member along with some of the jury members and Seedstars representatives (Sudpay via Facebook)