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    Fuzé Investment Series: Tunisian Cleantech Startup Monsapo Latest Addition

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    In a move aimed at fostering sustainable entrepreneurship in Africa, Fuzé has announced its recent investment in MONSAPO, a Tunisian startup specializing in ecological and eco-responsible cleaning products. This strategic investment underscores Fuzé’s commitment to promoting innovative ventures that prioritize environmental sustainability.

    MONSAPO’s product line revolves around the principles of the circular economy and waste recovery, offering solutions tailored to both individual consumers and professional establishments. Founded in 2021 by Sabrine Chennaoui Ali and managed by a dedicated team, MONSAPO aims to revolutionize the cleaning industry by introducing novel business models and hardware innovations.

    Sabrine Chennaoui Ali, Co-founder and CEO of MONSAPO, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership with Fuzé, stating, “Our recent success in obtaining Fuzé financing is the result of our team’s ongoing commitment to sustainable development. This support reinforces our mission to revolutionize the cleaning industry and demonstrates recognition of our efforts.”

    Fuzé, seeded with €6.5 million, signifies a substantial commitment to nurturing startups at various stages of growth. The investment program features ideation tickets starting at €20,000, catering to the financial needs of early-stage startups, and follow-on tickets at €30,000 to facilitate sustained growth through subsequent phases.

    This collaboration between Fuzé and MONSAPO exemplifies the potential for impactful partnerships in driving environmental innovation within the African startup ecosystem. By providing financial backing and strategic support, Fuzé aims to propel MONSAPO towards new opportunities for growth and amplify its positive impact on both the economy and the environment.

    Furthermore, Fuzé’s investment in MONSAPO aligns with Digital Africa’s broader initiatives aimed at nurturing entrepreneurship and fostering talent across the continent. Programs like Talents 4 Startups have already made significant contributions to the startup ecosystem, with plans to expand scholarship offerings and forge partnerships with Edtech entities to enhance professional integration strategies.

    As MONSAPO embarks on this new phase of growth with the backing of Fuzé, the partnership serves as a testament to the potential of African startups to drive innovation and sustainability on a global scale. With determination and passion, MONSAPO is poised to make a significant mark in the cleaning industry while advancing the principles of eco-responsibility and circular economy.

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