Currently looking for:
funding, mentoring

Currently looking for:
funding, mentoring



Inadequate savings infrastructure and lack of credit histories among informal sector workers in many developing countries affecting their ability to improve their lives and step out of poverty.


BezoMoney is a digital savings and lending platform for informal sector workers that helps them save and build a record history to access credit through mobile technology.


There are 430 million people in Africa who save $301 billion in saving groups, every year. Our entry market, Ghana, the fastest growing mobile money market in Africa, has about 24 million people in the informal sector. This consists of market traders, farmers and commercial drivers who are having access and the ability to build savings and an online credit history.


Mubarak Sumaila

Chief Executive Officer

Holds a degree in Biotechnology and a practitioner of Design Thinking. At BezoMoney, he focuses on user experience, building strategy, business development and building partnerships and communities.

Diana D. Osei

Chief Marketing Officer

Holds a degree in Computer Science from Ashesi University. An award-winning writer, acclaimed public speaker. At BezoMoney, she focuses on customer acquisition and customer relations.

Dawuda Iddrisu


Software developer with over 5 years of experience. Graduate and a former president of the Computer Science Society of the University for Development Studies (Navrongo campus). As a Microsoft Learn Ambassador he earned the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award and was awarded the Outstanding Microsoft Student Partner EMEA 2019. At BezoMoney he focuses on the product development.
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