Have you considered creating your own app as a way to attract more buyers? With the ease of current technology, starting your own app is actually a smart idea. Not to mention, building a social app like Wisdom, Clubhouse or Spotify’s Greenroom is a great way to also build community.
So if you’ve got an idea around your new app, where do you start and how do you fund your idea?.
On Amplify Your Success Podcast episode 303, Dayo Akinrinade, founder of the Wisdom app, joins me to share her advice on starting and funding your own app idea.
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About the Guest
Dayo started as an IT Management Consultant at Accenture and Deloitte. Then, driven by the lack of diversity in London’s tech ecosystem, she joined the founding team of OneTech, London’s largest diversity in startups programme, backed by the JP Morgan Chase Foundation.
Subsequently, after spotting a gap in the market, she went on to found Africlick, a cultural dating app targeting 1 billion Africans globally. Africlick has been mentioned on BBC Africa, BBC London Radio and Huffpost.
Dayo holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Manchester and a M.Sc. in Technology from University College London. Dayo was named the 2021 Women In Dating Powerbook, celebrating the 20 most inspirational and influential women in the dating industry.