I was scrolling through Twitter and saw a few tweets about a yet-to-be-launched product we’d been building. Our Social Media Team had created an account for it and some well meaning folks reshared the screenshot on Twitter and got some responses. A few of the comments showed that people were looking forward to the product as they believed it was going to lay a new foundation for education financing in Africa. That is what we live for at Flutterwave–to build solutions that create real impact.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Flutterwave, Olugbenga Agboola has been selected to join the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) CEO Council. The members of the CEO Council, which currently comprise 350 CEOs, lead companies that collectively employ more than 11 million people, generate over $4.48 trillion in annual revenue and represent 28 countries across a wide spectrum of industries.
A leading private tertiary care and healthcare service provider in Nigeria, Lagoon Hospital, has announced the appointment of Flutterwave co-founder and CEO, Olugbenga Agboola and Fola Laoye as directors.
As the new year kicks off, many experts are predicting economic downturns. Thanks to a constellation of factors, including the Russian invasion...
Chief Executive Officer of Africa's leading payment technology company, Flutterwave, Olugbenga Agboola, rang the closing bell for the New York Stock Exchange on Friday in honor of Founders Day, which commemorates the achievements and contributions of African-Americans who are making significant strides in various aspects of life.
Flutterwave’s CEO, Olugbenga Agboola, has said to maintain momentum and continue making meaningful contributions to the growth of national economies, fintech companies must understand that processing payment is just the starting point.
12 Oct 2022
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, conferred national honours on Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Flutterwave, Olugbenga Agboola and 446 others in Abuja.
1 Oct 2022
Before I founded Flutterwave I worked in different companies and countries, including in South Africa. During one of my stints, I came to learn of a few big South African companies that had expanded to Nigeria and other African countries, but couldn't figure out how to pay their staff easily. There was no product then to make cross-border payments this seamless for them and it so happened that this hampered their expansion and maybe even discouraged further recruitment in Nigeria at the time.
8 Apr 2022
Nigerian entrepreneur and the founder of Krystal Digital Solutions Limited, Temitope Ogunsemo has been listed in the Forbes Africa Undiscovered Series for Nigeria as part of an exclusive list of Nigerians who have been crucial in rebuilding and contributing to the Nigerian growth story at this time.
16 Feb 2022
Flutterwave has raised USD $250 million in Series D funding, raising the value of the company to over $3 billion, a representative of the company said on Tuesday. The latest backers of the Nigerian unicorn include B Capital Group, with participation from Alta Park Capital, Whale Rock Capital, Lux Capital, among others. Several existing investors…
11 Oct 2021
Experts that gathered at a virtual inaugural Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) TechNovation Conference held in Lagos, at the weekend, stressed the need for active collaboration between fintech...
10 Mar 2021
Nigerian payments company announced that it is worth over $1 billion after closing a $170 million Series C round. TechCrunch reports that the funding round was led by New York-based private investment firm Avenir Growth Capital and U.S. hedge fund and investment firm Tiger Global. New and existing investors who participated in this round include…