By Jacob Sanders From the beginning, the idea of a…
Nigeria’s digital publishing company, Publiseer, today, announced that they are now part of Ally, an exclusive Google platform that virtually connects promising, tech-enabled, emerging market startups with the “Diaspora+” to close expertise and funding gaps. With Ally, Google has synthesized the feedback and shared experiences of African startups to design a platform that meets their most important needs.
Google Ally learns more about African startups and matches them with the right resources to help them accompany their company goals. Startups are matched with an ally whose experience and expertise could help them and their product. Publiseer has been selected to join the Ally matching pilot.
Startups accepted into the investment readiness pilot get objective, documented feedback on their pitch deck from experts that have either raise or invested in startups. Also, they get live pitch practice and feedback, feedback on fundraising strategy, and follow up ally sessions to focus on closing gaps relevant to fundraising.
Publiseer is a digital publishing company that helps independent African authors and musicians to distribute and monetize their books, audiobooks, songs and music videos across hundreds of digital stores worldwide, at no charge, with just a single click. Founded August 2017, Publiseer has received numerous awards and recognitions, including emerging a finalist at Harvard Business School New Venture Competition, a feat that brought the young digital publisher into the limelight.