Meet the trailblazing organizations and partners who stand shoulder-to-shoulder with WABF. Together, we share a commitment to empower Africa's business growth, fostering sustainable economic development and innovation. Their support strengthens our mission and greatly contributes to the future of African business.Our sponsors
Wharton Graduate Association
The Wharton Graduate Association (WGA) is the student government organization of The Wharton School's graduate program
Secure ID Digital
SID Digital is a digital solutions and Fintech company offering innovative end-to-end payment platforms, customer loyalty solutions, tokenization & identity management
Obsidian Achernar is a provider of brokerage services intended to provide consulting and project management across a broad range of sectors.
aseda is committed to helping brands connect with their target audiences on a deeper level. They believe that brands are more than just logos and slogans; they are stories that resonate with people on an emotional level.
Shiri Adventures is your gateway to unforgettable journeys and remarkable experiences in Africa We are more than just a tour operator; we are your partners in exploration, dedicated to curating exceptional adventures.
AfriGloCal VC is a women-led, early-stage venture capital fund that invests in pre-seed and seed-stage fintech and digital infrastructure startups across Africa.
CatalyzU is a pan-African startup accelerator that supports early-stage startups with the tools and resources they need to grow and succeed. CatalyzU has accelerated over 100 startups from across Africa, helping them raise over $200 million in funds
Harambeans are African innovators who have united to unlock Africa's potential, creating tech ventures like Andela, Flutterwave, and Yoco, generating over 3000 jobs and raising over $1bn in funding.
Mack Institute for Innovation Management
The Mack Institute connects business leaders, researchers, students, and world-class Wharton faculty in the study of innovation management.
Amplify is building a 360 media and entertainment brand for a diverse audience of the African Diaspora inclusive of African-Americans, Caribbeans, Afro-Latinx, Afro-European, Afro-Asian and Indigenous Africans across the globe.
Aluko & Oyebode
Founded in 1993, Aluko & Oyebode has over 80 attorneys in the major commercial centres of Nigeria - Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. The firm has received recognition for its excellence from international bodies, like Chambers Global, IFLR & Legal 500
Emirates connects the world to, and through, our global hub in Dubai. They operate modern, efficient and comfortable aircraft, and a culturally diverse workforce delivers award-winning services to their customers across six continents every day.
Jobomax Homes designs, builds and sells high quality, affordable housing in West Africa. Jobomax markets homes to members of the West African diaspora, private sector professionals, employee cooperatives and others in West Africa.
Merie Studios is a digital storytelling service that connects visual and literary artists with people who need compelling narratives.
Baobab Consulting has hybrid qualities of both an African and American company. This duality has enabled us to reach and add value to a wide range of African markets: from West Africa to East Africa, to Southern Africa and the African diaspora.