When should founders step down as CEOs of their startups?

October 25, 2019 00:14:42
When should founders step down as CEOs of their startups?
Techpoint Africa Podcast
When should founders step down as CEOs of their startups?
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Emmanuel Paul Oluwanifemi Kolawole Chimgozirim Nwokoma

Show Notes

Today on the Techpoint Africa Podcast: Formerly BitPesa, African currency trading solution startup AZA, raises $15m funding. https://techpoint.africa/2019/10/22/formerly-bitpesa-aza-raises-15-million-dollars/ When should founders step down as CEOs of their startups? https://techpoint.africa/2019/10/24/when-should-founders-step-down-as-ceos/ These websites expose private CAC details of company directors, shareholders https://techpoint.africa/2019/10/23/websites-expose-private-cac-details/ Telcos, Bank CEOs, and USSD charges: A two-faced narrative of silence and finger-pointing https://techpoint.africa/2019/10/24/telcos-bank-ceos-ussd-charges/ Plugs: 1. Attend Techpoint Startup School https://school.techpoint.africa/ 2. SME Clinic 3: Investment Edition https://bit.ly/smeclinic 3. Q3 Startup Funding Report https://intelligence.techpoint.africa/form.php?report=NSFR2019Q3 Listen every Friday at 8 AM (WAT). You can find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, SoundCloud, TuneIn or anywhere else you get your podcasts. Visit www.techpoint.africa for more stories.

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