MMIT nominated for CFI award

September 17th 2014 London, UK – MMIT is pleased to announce its nomination for the 2014 CFI Best Mobile Banking Solution Nigeria. CFI, Capital Finance International, is a print journal and online resource that has been in existence for over 170 years and reports on business, economics, and finance. MMIT …

Mobile Market Look: Nigeria

What lies beneath the surface of a troubled country? People may question why would a company consider doing business in a country like Nigeria with poor infrastructure, frequent terrorist attacks, political instability, corruption, fraudulent internet activities, and more than 40% of the population living below the poverty level. What benefits could …

Mobile Market Look: Kenya

This will be the first in our new series, “Mobile Market Look”, where we look at mobile markets in Africa and other emerging countries around the World. Kenya is one of the hotbeds in terms of mobile innovation and sophistication and we hope you enjoy this article and please feel free to …

Window of Opportunity: Business in Africa

Africa is quickly emerging as a top contender for business expansion in large company ventures. In many ways, Africa has been referred to as the “next Asia” with strong investment growth. After all, the continent is home to 7 of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world. The future …

MMIT Happy to announce the launch of M-Iflọ

MMIT in partnership with Bango, a leader in mobile payments, has officially launched a product called M-Iflọ to revolutionize the security of mobile payment environment in Sub-Sahara Africa. The M-Iflọ product provides a safe payment solution that enables online transactions for digital content, which will unlock many opportunities in the …

Is Cash Still King?

When we think of the potential for a cashless society we tend to look at the developed World and markets such as the United States or Europe as the places most likely for this development.  Even with credit cards and smart phones being ubiquitous throughout these countries you would be …

Africa’s Most Important Resource

Most people recognize the abundance of natural resources that the Sub-Saharan African continent has been blessed with.  One resource that most people fail to recognize is Africa’s youth.  This resource might be SSA’s most precious and vital for continued growth in the 21stcentury.  Not only is Sub-Saharan Africa one of …

Growth of the African Consumer Part I

The African consumer market is regarded as the Next Investment Frontier with a population of a billion plus people.  In 2012 Africa was home to 7 of the 10 fastest growing economies in the World and was the second fastest growing region of the World next to Asia.  With this …