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Ghana: Mastercard Foundation, Catalyst Fund Partner to Scale MSEs

The Catalyst Fund Inclusive Digital Commerce accelerator, managed by BFA Global, in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program and the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST), today announced the first cohort of digital commerce companies to be scaled, with the goal of improving the livelihoods of informal MSEs in Ghana. Read more

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Boost Ghana and KudiGo Ghana are Catalyst Fund's first inclusive digital commerce cohort. Catalyst Fund's Inclusive Digital Commerce accelerator, managed by BFA Global, is in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program and the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST)

Boost Ghana, a digital commerce company, enables small retailers to grow by easing business administration, digitizing operations, improving access to working capital and reducing the cost of doing business, while providing suppliers with efficient access to MSE customers on the ground.

A Boost Ghana customer. Boost Ghana enables small retailers to grow by easing business administration, digitizing operations, improving access to working capital and reducing the cost of doing business.

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