2 Ghanaians Among 30 Under 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs In Africa 2014

Forbes has released its list of  30 Under 30 Most Promising Young Entrepreneurs In Africa 2014 after going through over 800 nominations of young entrepreneurs from across Africa.

Among the list are two Ghanaians namely Seth Akumani, CEO of ClaimSync and Sangu Delle, FounderGolden Palm Investments

Seth Akumani

Seth Akumani

According to Forbes, Akumani, 30 is a co-founder of ClaimSync, an end-to-end claims processing software that enables hospitals, clinics and other healthcare facilities all over the world to automate patients’ medical records and to process records electronically. Claimsync’s solution allows these healthcare providers to easily prepare medical claims and send electronically to health insurance companies. In 2013 ClaimSync was the sole African company to participate in the high-profile, IBM, Novartis, GlaxoSmithKline backed Accelerator program HealthXL in Dublin. ClaimSync was recently acquired by GenKey, a Dutch-based biometrics company.

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Sango Delle

Delle, 27 is a co-founder of Golden Palm Investments, a holding company that invests in early stage venture and growth financing across Africa with a strong bias for Real Estate, healthcare, agribusiness and technology. GPI has backed startups such as Solo Mobile in Nigeria, mPharma in Ghana and Zamsolar in Zambia. He is also the co-founder of cleanacwa, a non-profit working to provide access to clean water in Ghana’s underdeveloped regions. Sangu, who previously worked at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Valiant Capital Partners, is currently an MBA candidate at Harvard.

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