Cellulant

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Cellulant is a company that provides a digital payment platform to consumers, retailers, merchants, banks, mobile network operators, and governments. It offers consumer payments, payment collection, digital banking, digital financial empowerment, and other services. The company's products include Tingg, a hub of digital services that powers commerce and payments, and Agrikore - a blockchain-based smart-contracting, payment, and marketplace system.
TypePrivate
Founded2004
Websitecellulant.com
Employee Ratings3.6

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2020)432(+5%)

Key People/Management at Cellulant

David Waithaka

David Waithaka

Chief Business Officer- Global Payments
Mohamed Faizal Hafiz

Mohamed Faizal Hafiz

Chief Product Officer
Mumo Musembi

Mumo Musembi

Chief Business Officer - Local Payments
Oluwatoyin Aralepo

Oluwatoyin Aralepo

Chief Finance Officer, Cellulant Nigeria
Samuel Kariuki

Samuel Kariuki

Group Chief People Officer
Solomon Abiakalam

Solomon Abiakalam

Group Chief Compliance Officer
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Cellulant Office Locations

Cellulant has offices in Gaborone, Nairobi, Lilongwe, Ikeja and in 4 other locations
Gaborone, BW
Unit 206 Showgrounds Close Plot 64516, Fairgrounds
Nairobi, KE
Delta Towers, Waiyaki Way
Lilongwe, MW
City Centre
Ikeja, NG
2nd floor, 21 Adeniyi Jones Ave, Oba Akran
Dar es Salaam, TZ
Dar es Salaam
Kampala, UG
3 Dundas Road, Lower Kololo
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Cellulant Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2004

Cellulant total Funding

$54.5 m

Cellulant latest funding size

$47.50 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Cellulant investors

Cellulant's latest funding round in May 2018 was reported to be $47.5 m. In total, Cellulant has raised $54.5 m
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Cellulant Online and Social Media Presence

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Cellulant Blogs

Nigerian Youth Connect to Work Workshops to Cover Five States in February

The Cellulant ‘Nigerian Youth Connect to Work’ program started its series of countrywide workshops at the end of January in partnership with GBF and Corporate Farmers International. This is a program that aims to employ 1M youth into agribusiness by 2025. It is supported by the Mastercard Foundation…

Cellulant’s ‘Nigerian Youth Connect to Work’ Program to Employ 1M Youth into Agribusiness

Last month, Cellulant Nigeria kickstarted the first of numerous youth workshops that will be held countrywide as part of its ‘Nigerian Youth Connect to Work’ joint program which seeks to employ 1M youth into agribusiness by 2025. This flagship event which took place on the 30th of January was attend…

Cellulant Community Service Day, an annual event to Celebrate the Legacy of the Brave Six

Last week, we launched the Cellulant Community Service day in commemoration of the one year anniversary of our Brave Six. Teams from Cellulant markets across Africa joined our Kenya team to mark January 15th by celebrating the lives of our brothers with acts of service in the communities where young…

Cellulant Holds Inaugural Partner Summit, Aims to unlock the $50bn Agribusiness Opportunity in Nigeria

Cellulant will this week, host it’s inaugural partner summit that will bring together all key players in the Agriculture and payments sector in Nigeria with the aim of forge a collective strategy towards unlocking the $50bn Agribusiness’ addressable market. The two-day summit themed “Technology For …

Why a Payments Infrastructure is a Critical Pillar to Africa’s Economic Transformation

“Sending money should be as easy as sending a photo.”  Mark Zuckerberg When Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook CEO made this remark earlier this year at Facebook’s annual developer’s conference, he may not have realized that this has been a reality for millions of Africans for over a decade. It’s genesis…

Why Cellulant is now Ranked Among the Top 100 Companies to Work for

Last month, a survey report by Brighter Monday ranked Cellulant Corporation among the best 100 employers in Kenya. The quantitative report interviewed 3,448 respondents, a majority of whom were aged between 25-35 and 18-24, living in Nairobi and holders of a Bachelor’s degree on both intrinsic and e…
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Cellulant Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cellulant founded?

    Cellulant was founded in 2004.

  • Who are Cellulant key executives?

    Cellulant's key executives are David Waithaka, Mohamed Faizal Hafiz and Mumo Musembi.

  • How many employees does Cellulant have?

    Cellulant has 432 employees.

  • Who are Cellulant competitors?

    Competitors of Cellulant include Poynt, Lans Holdings and CPI Card Group.

  • Where are Cellulant offices?

    Cellulant has offices in Gaborone, Nairobi, Lilongwe, Ikeja and in 4 other locations.

  • How many offices does Cellulant have?

    Cellulant has 9 offices.