PayAngel, a leading provider of payment and remittance services in Africa, has joined the Microsoft for Entrepreneurs Founders Hub, an initiative designed to assist early-stage startups in overcoming obstacles to business formation and accelerating growth.
A brand-new, all-encompassing digital platform called the Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub gives startups free access to the Microsoft tools, services, and technology they need to launch and grow their company.
The Hub provides member startups with access to the top developer and productivity tools, including GitHub Enterprise, Microsoft 365, and Azure, as well as the most reliable, secure, open-source friendly, and compliant platform.
Beyond providing young entrepreneurs with access to technology, Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub also encourages innovation and growth by connecting them with their mentoring program, which offers business, technical, and industry support to help them through their upcoming business milestones.
In order to help founders interact with customers and quicken company growth, Microsoft Learn and a number of other products are also made available to them.
In essence, the purpose of the Microsoft for Businesses Founders Hub is to assist early-stage startups in lowering the obstacles to business development, acting as a catalyst for innovation, change, and entrepreneurship, as well as making it simpler to get from an idea to a unicorn.
Three important areas make up The Hub:
Benefits of technology that let you grow: The platform keeps up with the lifespan of a firm, enabling founders to accelerate development with free access to GitHub and the Microsoft Cloud with the option to gradually unlock more advantages.
Access guidance and mentorship: Through the platform, companies may get in touch with seasoned professionals in the field, access training specifically designed for them, and innovate swiftly with knowledgeable technical advice.
Enabling breakthroughs for everyone: The platform removes common hurdles to entry faced by creators, such as the need for venture financing or third-party validation, enabling any founder, regardless of background, geography, or access, to succeed.
In an interview, Jones Amegbor, the CEO of PayAngel, expressed his excitement at the chance to use the exclusive Microsoft Founders Hub platform to innovate more quickly and accelerate growth through the Hub’s premium technology packages.
According to him, this will result in a system that is more reliable, secure, and strengthened, as well as the expansion into new territories and straight-through service delivery.
The commercial name of PayInc Group Limited, an authorized international remittance company that offers the African Diaspora straight-through, cost-effective remittance and payment options, is PayAngel. PayAngel, which bills itself as “Africa’s Payment Expert,” aims to be a one-stop payment solutions provider by offering remittance services for business-to-business, consumer-to-business, and consumer-to-consumer transactions as well as other payment requirements including utility and mortgage payments. By using PayAngel, remitters can send money to Africa via cash collections, bank deposits, and mobile money.
PayAngel, which has permission to operate in both Europe and North America, now offers a multi-channel bill payment and remittance service from the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, and Australia and is working to extend to the rest of Europe.