This financing comes a year after the startup raised $13 million series A, and will be used to support talent acquisition, Migo’s launch into the Brazilian market, as well as its continued growth in Nigeria.
As a cloud-based platform, it enables companies to offer credit to their customers, augmenting traditional bank and payment card infrastructure.
Banks, telecommunications operators, and merchants integrate Migo in their apps and Migo underwrites customers to provide them with a digital account and credit line which can be used to make purchases from merchants without needing point-of-sale hardware or plastic cards.
“Our mission is to drive commerce around the world by injecting liquidity into the last-mile retail sector. We believe the best way to achieve this goal is to build digital infrastructure to empower local enterprises…