Cowrywise has reiterated its commitment to building sustainable entrepreneurship in the country.
The firm said in a statement that its founders ― Razaq Ahmed and Edward Popoola ― committed their resources to understand how best to provide affordable investment options for the masses without raising the eyebrows of regulatory authorities.
The statement said a solution was proffered to Nigerians to enable the automation of savings and investment of the savings in high-yielding bonds.
“To solidify its value offering, the company entered into a trust partnership with Meristem Trustees to help secure 100 per cent of invested funds,” the statement read in part.
Ahmed said the company had been through a lot of hurdles, adding that the experience motivated the firm to help as many Nigerian entrepreneurs as possible to make sustainable choices.
He said, “It takes more than just a brilliant idea to survive in the Nigerian market, it takes a brilliant idea that is fit for the market”.
“To help simplify the process of creating sustainable ideas, an event series was launched to focus on small business owners.”
He said the series, which were tagged ‘Simplified by Cowrywise’, hosted small business owners to a knowledge packed session with the Head, Corporate Practice, Alder Consulting, Subomi Plumptre.
According to Ahmed, the series of events will help untangle the complexities associated with various money concepts, particularly the ones that concern sustainable business growth.