Here are a list of startups that have been supported over the years by CcHUB
Lifebank applies smart technology to build an efficient blood system across sub-Saharan Africa through an enterprise marketplace that links hospitals with blood banks.
Tǽillo is a Nigerian furniture and lifestyle brand that designs and manufacture furniture by harnessing traditional forms, and materials with both local and modern technology to create premium furniture pieces.
Doctoora infrastructure as a service company that increases access to quality healthcare by providing healthcare professionals with fully serviced medical facilities, to rent on a pay-per-use basis.
Findworka builds and deploys great technology for organisations without the need to extend your payroll
DrugStoc provides hospitals and pharmacies access to genuine pharmaceutical and health care products through a seamless end-to-end procurement platform that enables them to source all medications and medical consumables they need.
Edves has built a tech-enabled platform designed to aid the process of relationship and information management between school authorities, parents/sponsors, educators/teachers, and where applicable, the students themselves.
Riby is a financial technology company that provides a simple financial management platform for cooperatives,groups and their members.
Gricd provides cold chain solutions for the storage, transportation, and monitoring of temperature-sensitive items like blood, vaccines, and more. They are currently serving the healthcare and agriculture sectors in Sub Saharan Africa
FieldInsight is a mobile solution that helps organisations gather relevant data, and manage and monitor field activities through near real-time visualisations.t helps organizations gather relevant data, and manage and monitor field activities through near real-time visualizations.
Stears is a digital information company that makes it possible for anyone, anywhere in the world, to access high-quality information on Africa. It has two business models. The B2C and B2B model. Through its B2C model, Stears offers a subscription-driven media publication targeted at African decision makers. The B2B model offers an enterprise data platform & data advisory solution to corporates and small businesses.
Oneport 365 Limited is a B2B digital freight forwarding platform with a mission to usher in radical change that enhances Africa’s participation in global trade by offering simplified, all-inclusive and transparent freight forwarding services driven by technology.
Casky is a mobility-tech company leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) to make commuting safer and to convert good driving behaviour into assets. Casky aims to reduce motor-bike accidents worldwide. The company’s priority is to make the use of the helmet a spontaneous habit and improve rewards for good driving behavior.
ZUMI is transforming Africa’s apparel market with a B2B e-commerce solution. ZUMI connects apparel suppliers and retailers in a transparent and affordable marketplace.
OneHealth, adopting a holistic approach to service delivery, leverages technology to break down the barriers that Nigerians face in accessing quality medicines and healthcare services.
Payday is a platform that enables individuals make swift, reliable, and global/borderless payments. The platform also facilitates both local and foreign companies who have team members in Africa to manage payroll, taxes and compliance for employees/contractors in countries they don’t have operations in. Payday is filling this gap by making it easy for them to manage this process with the click of a button.
Shuttlers offers transport-as-a-service and is a tech-enabled, scheduled bus sharing (mass transit) startup. It is headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria. The startup offers a bus-sharing technology platform for companies, organizations and professional individuals to charter buses and or book seats utilising its platform.
Identity Pass enables businesses and individuals with identity management and authentication. They are providing businesses a solution to tackle the menace of identity theft, KYC Compliance and customer onboarding. Using the power of AI, they provide real-time data verification.
Kwaba is a rental financing platform that offers flexible mortgage and rent payment applications for its customers. The company is a bridge between landlords and tenants as it ensures the prompt payment of rent. Kwaba also offers a system-enabled automated saving towards rental payment while equally providing financial security solutions to ensure repayment.
Grow For Me (GFM) is a Micro Aggregator Platform which provides micro-financing to aggregators in rural areas via mobile money to buy commodities directly from farmers in farming communities who are normally cut off from major markets. Off-takers are updated on the progress of the farming process and prices while providing the best quality commodities on the market via the Ghanaian Commodities Exchange (GCX) Warehousing Systems.