Treepz among startups selected for 2023 VC4A Venture Showcase Africa

Treepz, the African car-sharing and rental marketplace is among the 12 startups selected to to participate in this year’s VC4A Venture Showcase Africa. 

The 2023 VC4A Venture Showcase Africa is renowned for celebrating and promoting exceptional startups that exhibit innovation, scalability, and potential for substantial impact on the continent. 

Treepz says its inclusion in this prestigious showcase is a testament to its commitment to revolutionizing the future of mobility in Africa while contributing to sustainable transportation solutions.

“We are thrilled and honoured to be among the select few chosen for the 2023 VC4A Venture Showcase Africa,” said Onyeka Akumah, Founder and CEO of Treepz. “This recognition reaffirms our dedication to providing convenient and eco-friendly mobility solutions across the African continent. 

“Treepz is primed to leverage the program, forging valuable partnerships and attracting world-leading investors to raise series A-funding, which will enable to continue investing in technologies and people to make car rentals a convenient and enjoyable experience in Africa, one rental at a time”, Onyeka explained.

The Nigerian startup was founded in 2019 and already has operations in Ghana, Uganda and Kenya where it entered earlier this year. Through its platform, customers can rent buses, SUVs, and trucks at friendly prices.

VC4A Venture Showcase Africa brings together the best and brightest startups from across the continent, giving them the opportunity to pitch their ideas to investors and industry experts with the objective of raising their Seed or Series A fuding rounds.

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