ALCO Crowdfunding Initiative Launched in Nigeria

ALCO Crowdfunding initiative launched in Nigeria


ALCO launch in Nigeria 

Olco Multibusiness Limited, a company focused on crowdfunding initiative, job search, and educational consultancy, has officially opened its office to the Nigerian market.

The company, headquartered in Germany and started operation in 2012, carries out its operation via three subsidiaries, which include Fundmie, Workmie and Olco Study.

What Does Fundmie do?

The Fundmie is strategically focused on helping individuals and organizations that have a funding need to raise fund from the public through the company’s platform while Workmie is a dedicated platform that connects employers of labor and job seekers. Olco Study, on the other hand, is a consulting firm that is basically into study abroad and educational tour for students between ages 13 and above.

Speaking at a media parley to announce the official opening of business in Nigeria, Ms Halimah Ogunsakin, who represented the Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Henry Oluoma, stated that the Olco has put a fraud detection system in place to stop people from perpetrating fraud through the platforms. She explained that the company wants to use the event to create awareness about crowd-funding in the Nigerian market. According to her, “Crowdfunding is a platform that is used all over the world and we want Nigerians to understand that we can actually help one another to tackle our funding needs”.

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She assured that organizations coming to raise funds are certified campaigners, who must have provided the company with all the necessary documentation of proof of existence. She added that the company works with established brands all over the world to ensure that organizations seeking to raise funds do that successfully.

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