Moove Africa has disclosed funding at least twice every year since 2021

In its second funding disclosure in 2024, Moove Africa has raised $100 million in a Series B round. The startup has disclosed funding at least twice yearly since 2021 and six times in 2022. The total disclosed funding now totals $444M.

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Crunchbase
Period:
2019 - 2023
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