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Mngutor Gwaza Entrepreneur

Location
Makurdi, Benue, Nigeria
Venture Industry
Digital Marketing/E-Commerce/Social Media
Languages spoken
  • English
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What I need help with

My background as an entrepreneur

My current challenges

Primarily, how to access funding/capital investment

Actions I’ve taken so far

We've tried manually to operate a small scale fudcom using the police officers at the Hamman Misau barracks Birnin Kebbi with great success.

My future goals

The goal for me would be to expand to other subsaharan Africa countries.

My motivations to work with a mentor

My motivation to work with a mentor stems from a desire to not only succeed but have a third party affirmation that I am doing the right.


About my venture

Fudcom

Fudcom is an e-commerce venture that is into food loans as oppose to cash loans. With about 38% of the food produced globally going to was while at the same time families suffer from hunger and malnutrition as a result of poor spending choices, fudcom provides a platform for companies and farmers alike to sell their food through a flexible payment structure to predominantly salary earning population that pays from primary income source.

Countries of operation: Nigeria