[Startup Interview] Paul Owusu, Founder, Logique, Ghana
Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur, Paul Owusu, moved to Ghana and partnered with tech entrepreneur Kojo Sarpong to form Logique, tech accelerator and parent company to tech products Stack, SmartLobby and Coast.
The products provide a wide array of services ranging from loyalty and payments to SaaS (Software as a Service) for data collection. The company functions as a tech accelerator and consultancy focused on growth hacking for public and private sector companies.
Tell us a bit about your company?
As entrepreneurs, we saw the need for comprehensive and flexible business management solutions that can help companies succeed. We formed Loqique to solve these problems by offering a suite of SaaS products and consulting services, focused on growth, customer success and building white label solutions.
Logique currently operates as boutique incubator/accelerator working with different verticals. Both tech and non tech.
Where is the company located?
We are based in Accra, Ghana with goals to expand in other countries.
How is Logique funded?
In the early stages, we bootstrapped the business until we were comfortable to raise funding. We've raised $4.8 Million to date.
What are your company's unique selling points?
While we offer different solutions, what makes us very unique is the fact we're open to working with different industries, per our experience in helping companies grow. Our approach is extremely proactive and making sure we help our partners with business success as defined by them.
Who forms your clientele base?
We work with startups (early and late stage), government organizations.
What are the ambitions of Logique?
We have a relaxed approach when it comes to growth. Our focus is on the Ghanaian market for now. With plans to expand the rest of EMEA and APAC in the future
What is the latest news from your company?
We have received a seed funding of $4.8 Million from a Ghanaian investor, to push out 2 new products.
Stack: Payments and Loyalty platform, allowing merchants to offer redeemable points when customers make purchases, directly via their
mobile phones, and SmartLobby an Office OS platform, aimed at enterprise and multi-tenant customers to collect guest information, care their photos and have
them sign legal documents — all on a tablet.
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