Ndubuisi Ekekwe had since resigned from Kobo360 board.
Africa’s pioneer leading digital logistics innovator, Kobo360, wins Africa CEO Forum “Disrupter of the Year” Award. To all our team members especially KoboSquad Commandants, Obi Ozor and Ife Oyedele II, I extend my BIG congratulations. The mission of fixing Africa’s logistics frictions via Kobo360’s G-LOS (global logistics operating system) is a huge one for our continent. Kobo360 came on top of Jumia, Africa’s Talking and others to win the award.
On behalf of Kobo360 Board, I extend congratulations to all KoboSquads.
Kobo360 is a tech-enabled digital logistics platform that aggregates end-to-end haulage operations to help cargo owners, truck owners and drivers, and cargo recipients to achieve an efficient supply chain framework. Through an all-in-one robust logistics ecosystem, Kobo uses big data and technology to reduce logistics frictions, empowering rural farmers to earn more by reducing farm wastages and helping manufacturers of all sizes to find new markets. Kobo enables unprecedented efficiency and cost reduction in the supply chain, providing 360-visibility while delivering products of all sizes safely, on time and in full. The Kobo mission is to build the Global Logistics Operating System that will power trade and commerce across Africa and Emerging Markets
The AFRICA CEO FORUM is the largest international gathering of African private sector decision-makers and financiers. At its previous edition in Abidjan in March 2018, it brought together 1,500 business leaders, public decision-makers and investors from Africa and around the world for two days of discussions around the need to transform African champions in the face of international competition. The Forum is organized by Jeune Afrique Media Group, publisher of Jeune Afrique and The Africa Report, and by Rainbow Unlimited, a Swiss company specializing in the organization of economic promotion events.---
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