Chipper Cash downsizes workforce in US and UK operations.

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  • Nigerian fintech startup, Chipper Cash, lays off 20 employees in the U.S. and U.K.
  • CEO cites decision to improve operational efficiency and move closer to profitability.

The Nigerian fintech startup, Chipper Cash, recently announced the layoffs of 20 employees in the U.S. and U.K. The CEO, Ham Serunjogi, stated that this decision was made in order to enhance operational efficiency and bring the startup one step closer to achieving profitability.

The layoffs are seen as a strategic move to set Chipper Cash on a course towards positive cash flow in the near future. By reevaluating its workforce and streamlining operations, the company aims to optimize its resources and focus on sustainable growth.

Despite the layoffs, Chipper Cash remains committed to its mission of providing innovative fintech solutions in the African market. The company has been a key player in driving financial inclusion and digital payments across the continent, and it continues to expand its reach and services.

Overall, the decision to lay off employees reflects Chipper Cash’s dedication to long-term success and financial stability. By making tough choices now, the company is positioning itself for sustainable growth and increased profitability in the competitive fintech industry.

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