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Vahid Monadjem, CEO of Nomanini recently sat down with AFKInsider to discuss the creation and future plans for his company’s hardware device, which is used for various cash transactions. Targeting areas in Africa where cellphone connectivity and electricity may be an issue, Monadjem talks about Nomanini’s end-to-end services, garnering one million merchants and partnership opportunities in part two of the interview.
“In the longer term, we want to spread this across the globe. The developing world has been under-served when it comes to technology development…and there’s a latent need for these things,” he said. “At the moment we’re being evaluated in almost 20 countries. Within two years we want to be active in those countries.”
View: Part One