In this video, CanGo CEO and cofounder Barrett Nash describes why sometimes concepts around scalability means that startups can (not always should) make losses before profits.
- Inside CanGo: How Does Scalability Affect Business Model?
- The Guardian Op-Ed: Africa’s population is booming – it’s time for business to catch up
- Inside CanGo: The Pilot Department
- CanGo Stars in Redbull’s “I am the Engine” Documentary
- Top of the Mountain: CanGo 5 Year Strategic Summary
- Inside CanGo: How is CanGo Going to Growth Hack Kinshasa?
- Inside CanGo: What is Venture Capital? Why Do Venture Capitalists Invest in CanGo?
- Incorporating OKRs into CanGo
- Ride-Hailing Doesn’t Make Money: Long Live The (Profitable) Superapp
- Inside CanGo: What is a Startup? Is CanGo a Startup?
- Blog Post: CanGo Rwanda: Learning how to launch on-demand delivery
- Blog Post: Theories On Unlocking The African Tech Ecosystem
- Blog Post: How To Make A Trip Safe and Secure
- Blog Post: A Unique Perspective: Technology Ecosystem Comparison Between Nairobi, Kigali and Kinshasa
- Blog Post: Developing the Technology Ecosystem in the DRC
- Blog Post: Why We’re Launching in Kinshasa With Motorcycle Taxis, Not Car Taxis
- Briefing: Using Commission Based Agents for Marketing
- Briefing: Pilot Guarantee Engine
- Briefing: Enabling SafeMotos Motorcycles to Operate at Night in Kinshasa
- Primary Research: User Experience Design Sprint
CanGo cofounders Barrett Nash and Peter Kariuki write in the Guardian that massive demographic change in Africa is giving entrepreneurial companies seeking a challenge the chance to thrive. Kinshasha-based CanGo, a ride-hailing app service, is leading the way.
Read the oped here