Kora welcomed the Africa Caucus group from the Harvard Business School to their office in Lagos, Nigeria, last week.
The office tour and fireside chat with Kora’s CEO Dickson Nsofor was part of an educative African trek designed to expose Harvard students and its affiliates to Africa's rich heritage, culture, and thriving business landscape.
Here’s a photo story of how the visit went:
The Caucus group arrived at Kora’s office and was welcomed by the Kora team.
A part of the caucus group broke out to tour the office space with Dickson Nsofor (CEO, Kora).
Everyone settled down for the fireside conversation with Dickson. The leader of the group and Social and Cultural Chair of the African Caucus Group, Mr Ugonna Achebe moderated the session where Dickson spoke about his entrepreneurial journey, running one of Africa’s largest payments infrastructure with a special focus on regulation and compliance policies affecting the African tech ecosystem.
The fireside chat ended with questions from different members of the group.
There was a networking session after lunch with everyone present.
After a long day of chatting, laughing, eating and drinking, it was time to say goodbye, and everyone gathered for a group photo.
Kora is a pan-African payment infrastructure offering a robust payment API for payment collections (payins), disbursements (payouts), and cross-border settlements with offices in Nigeria, Canada and the UK.
Kora’s services enable global companies to scale rapidly across Africa. With a single integration, Kora powers businesses to accept payments and make payouts to customers and settlements across multiple payment channels. For more information, visit www.korahq.com