Andela — a New York-based company that identifies, develops and outsources talented African software developers — has secured a $100-million Series-D funding round led by London-based private equity firm Generation Investment Management.
Andela‘s previous investors Spark Capital, GV (Alphabet’s venture capital arm), CRE Venture Capital and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative also participated in the round which brings the firm’s total venture funding to $180-million.
The company was founded in 2014 by Kenyan Brice Steven Nkengsa, Nigerians Iyinoluwa Aboyeji and Nadayar Enegesi as well as Americans Christina Sass and Jeremy Johnson and Canadian Ian Carnevale
In a statement today (23 January), the company said it will use […]
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