Category: Financial Inclusion

Women In FinTech Magazine

Here it is, the first of its kind, something guaranteed to generate even more understanding about Financial Inclusion & how we can overcome the bottlenecks to its full achievement. Its another innovation by HiPipo- the first-ever #WomenInFinTech Magazine. Among other purposes, it shines a spotlight on a new generation of women leaders and innovators, all […]

Here it is…the HiPipo 40 Days 40 FinTechs 2021 Report!

Follow this link to download the report. Dear friends & colleagues, I am proud to present to you the HiPipo 40 Days 40 FinTechs 2021 Report. Titled ‘Championing digital innovation & interoperable Instant & Inclusive Payment Systems (IIPS) in Africa’, it is something we believe is strategically informative and can act as a rich resource […]

#LevelOneProject: Kuzimba Services wins 2021 #WomenInFinTech Hackathon

Our Reporter. The week-long Women in Fintech Hackathon came to an end last Friday with Kuzimba Services, providers of online construction and engineering solutions being declared winners after shrugging off tough competition for the top prize. Organised by HiPipo in partnership with Crosslake Technologies, ModusBox, Mojaloop and Level One Project, the hackathon that culminated into […]

#LevelOneProject: #WomenInFinTech Hackathon Participants receive Project Management mentorship

Kampala, Monday October 11, 2021: Day Three of the #WomenInFinTech #LevelOneProject Hackathon has successfully ended with discussions focusing on why young innovators must draw proper business cases and plans if they are to effectively manage their projects. Day three training was led by Catherine Namara; a telecommunications engineer, project management expert, an alumna of the […]

#LevelOneProject: 2021 #WomenInFinTech Hackathon concludes Day Two with Call for Value Addition.

Day Two of the #WomenInFinTech #LevelOneProject Hackathon was successfully concluded with discussions centred on how participants can improve their projects in order to serve their target audiences better. Day two mentor, Doreen Lukandwa, the Beyonic/MFS Africa vice president (global enterprises) and winner of the 2020 Women in FinTech Award urged participants to use latest technologies […]