One of Africa’s young, future-forward entrepreneurs and tech founders, Hanu Fejiro Agbodje, Founder and CEO of Patricia Technologies has been listed among 15 innovative individuals on the inaugural AMPLIFY 2021 program.
AMPLIFY 2021 is a new fellowship program tailored to celebrate diverse rising stars across the Fintech ecosystem. The program is an offshoot of Money 20/20 – the biggest globally recognized fintech and money platform.
Hanu, the only African in the 2021 cohort, was listed alongside Ambika Sharma of U.S Bank and Chris Lavato Founder of SOON. The lineup includes the biggest minds and brightest innovators within their respective fields – spanning Financial Services and Fintech solutions including entrepreneurs and founders across the globe. Hanu and the 14 cohort members selected for this inaugural program will be globally recognized by Money20/20 as the 2021 ‘Ones to Watch’ within Financial Services and Fintech.
Money 20/20 is arguably the world’s leading, premium content, sales and networking conference for the global money ecosystem. The conference brings together the largest gathering of tech founders, fintech geeks, hackers, entrepreneurs and investors in one space, featuring in-depth analytics, inspirational speakers, world-class insight and networking opportunities. Money20/20 promises the clearest and most distinctive focus on what’s next across the world of Payments, FinTech and Financial Services.
As an AMPLIFY 2021 cohort member as well as a Partner of the AMPLIFY 2021 program, Hanu and the Patricia Technologies brand will attend the Money 20/20 USA conference, scheduled for 24th to 27th of October 2021 in Las Vegas. Through the Money 20/20 platform, Patricia will continue to lead the new wave of innovation and disruption within the global tech and alternative finance space, by showcasing its future-forward solutions, while building sustainable and impactful partnerships to gain deeper insight for customers.
This recognition conferred on Hanu and the Patricia brand by AMPLIFY 2021 and Money 20/20 is highly significant for African tech, as it beams the limelight on the exponentially increasing talent residing in Africa. This also opens a new window of opportunities for growth and expansion into the global playing field.