SA e-health startup Quro Medical raises $1.3M funding from Mineworkers Investment Company

South African e-health startup Quro Medical has raised ZAR25 million (US$1.3 million) in funding from the Mineworkers Investment Company (MIC). Founded in 2018, Quro Medical has developed an affordable and accessible hospital-at-home solution that combines state-of-the-art hardware and software with clinical excellence to manage acutely ill patients in the comfort of their homes.

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Senzai taps into AI optimization to guide LatAm companies to the right customers

May 11, 2023

There is a huge opportunity of how AI could be implemented into companies in Latin America because they are still focusing on building tools rather than solving problems. Senzai, a start-up, has raised $2 million pre-seed this year. Its   technology focuses on three tools: measuring impact, experimentation and optimization to figure out which customers are likely to respond to certain sales and marketing campaigns so that outcomes improve. The company plans a formal launch at the end of the year.

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Kenya’s Fingo partners Ecobank to launch financial services app

May 11, 2023

Kenyan startup Fingo has partnered with Ecobank to launch a new app aimed at powering financial inclusion across Africa. Fingo, which took part in Y Combinator in 2021, empowers Africa’s youth by enabling them to open a bank account via their mobile phone in less than four minutes, send money to other Fingo users for free, and to M-Pesa users and paybills via Paybills and Till numbers at subsidized rates.

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Meltwater Combines with Microsoft to Create an Integrated Communication Insights Solution

February 20, 2024

Meltwater, a provider of media, social and consumer intelligence, announced it is partnering with Microsoft on an integrated communications insights solution. The partnership will integrate the data from Meltwater’s listening tools with Microsoft’s AI-driven capability to deliver data “as dialogue.” Microsoft will use Meltwater as its provider of global intelligence, while Meltwater has made a multi-year commitment to Microsoft Azure as its preferred cloud platform.

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