Nigerian startup SeamlessHR announces pre-seed funding round

April 11, 2019
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SeamlessHR, an HR tech startup based in Nigeria that focuses on emerging markets, has announced a pre-seed funding round aided by US-based VS firm Tofino Capital.

Founded in late 2017, SeamlessHR helps businesses optimise the productivity of their people via cutting edge HR technology solutions that cover the entire value chain from recruitment to retirement. 

The startup has a growing list of customers across multiple sectors in Nigeria and Ghana, and has now raised an undisclosed amount of pre-seed funding from Tofino Capital to grow the size of its team, bolster marketing efforts and double down on expansion into Anglophone Africa.

Chief marketing officer (CMO) Oluseye Bandele told Disrupt Africa the funding had been raised in preparation for a bigger investment round for SeamlessHR, which he said should take place in the fourth quarter of this year. He said Tofino Capital brought more than just money to the table.

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