Why the VC model has not worked well in Africa with Ndubuisi Kejeh, founder of Mustard

In this Nairametrics interview with Ndubuisi Kejeh, the founding partner at Mustard, an Africa-focused venture agency, he explained how his company is trying to change the narrative and model of VC in Africa. He also discusses his agency’s mission to build global brands that could shape Africa’s future image.

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At Mustard, we’re on a mission to build better products, better brands and better perceptions for Africa.

We are a team of entrepreneurs, engineers, designers, strategists and storytellers, who work with inspired Africa-focused founders to create perception-shifting companies.

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