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Adetayo Bamiduro

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MarcoPolis Country Reports - Adetayo Bamiduro, Co-Founder of MAX (Metro Africa Xpress) [Nigeria]

MarcoPolis Country Reports

Adetayo Bamiduro, Co-Founder of MAX (Metro Africa Xpress), a leading technology-enabled company driven by a vision to solve the mobility challenges in Africa, explains how the MAX platform is helping commercial drivers in terms of financial inclusion and income generation, and shares his vision for MAX. Be sure to check out MarcoPolis.net for the rest of the Nigeria Country Report as well as our over 25 other regional and country reports and business coverage.

4mins

20 Jan 2022

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Adetayo Bamiduro: Entrepreneurship in Nigeria with the Co-Founder of MAX.ng

Atom Ventures Podcasts

In this episode we talk with Adetayo Bamiduro from MAX.ng about starting and scaling a business in Nigeria, the challenges facing founders across Africa and the future outlook for startups across the regionMAX.ng is a company specialising in building technology infrastructure and financial services for mobility in Africa

36mins

27 Oct 2020

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EP. 25 - “Changing 1 Billion Lives, 1 Ride at a Time” with Adetayo Bamiduro, Co-Founder and CEO of MAX.ng

This Is My Era – the Podcast (#ThisIsMyEra)

Max.ng's Adetayo Bamiduro “It’s not just our era, it’s the era for the African people.” Meet Adetayo “Tayo” Bamiduro. He’s the Co-Founder and CEO of MAX Delivery NG, an innovative motorcycle ride sharing platform with a mission to make transportation safe, accessible, and affordable to 1 Billion (with a capital B) Africans. In this episode, Alexander Star and Tayo talk about the importance of successful entrepreneurship. That is, finding a problem that people face and delivering value that would address it. For Tayo, he was able to identify a critical problem faced by many of the developing societies that severely limited the success of his fellow Africans: transportation.

33mins

21 Dec 2018