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Yves Guillemot, the founder of French video games giant Ubisoft has invested in startup Africa Delivery Technologies which operates the Kwik Delivery platform in Nigeria.
CNBC Africa reported in an article on Monday (6 April) that the investment, part of Kwik’s ongoing Series A round, aims to allow the company to scale up in Nigeria. Guillemot did not disclose how much he had invested.
Kwik Delivery, which was launched in Lagos in June last year is an on-demand delivery platform focusing on the rich and diverse B2B and B2B2C market.
Ubisoft founder Yves Guillemot has invested in Africa Delivery Technologies which operates Kwik Delivery
According to his LinkedIn profile, Poirot-Lellig served as the public affairs advisor to Guillemot and the Ubisoft chairman between.
Crunchbase figures show that Africa Delivery Technologies has raised over $500 000 since 2018, in four rounds.
Featured image: Ubisoft founder Yves Guillemot (Facebook)