MEST has invested in over 60 early stage software companies, in industries ranging from e-commerce, to agritech, fintech, healthtech, AI and more!

Case Study

meQasa dominates online real estate marketplace in Ghana

After raising a Series A round, meQasa went on to become the largest online real estate marketplace in Ghana and acquired their largest competitor, Jumia House.

eCommerce marketing software

Online merchants can increase their sales opportunities by selling across multiple shopping engines. However, the process of adding and managing their feeds is manual and time-consuming. Retail Tower’s web-based channel marketing solution helps small and medium-sized online merchants drive sales by easily promoting their products across multiple comparison shopping engines. They enable retailers to list their products on over 30 engines such as Google, Shopbot, Myshopping.com.au, Shopping.com and Amazon.

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Payments solution

Amplify created two products: its flagship product, Amplifypay, offered an automated way for businesses to collect recurring payments. It acts as a payments gateway company for merchants and has partnered with banks, who offer its white label mTransfers social payment product.




Segun Adeyemi - CEO
Maxwell Obi - CTO

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Online merchants find it difficult to easily target the right audience with their advertising, in order to increase returns. AdGeek enables merchants to automatically target the right audience with retargeting, as well as prospecting campaigns, while tracking ROI.



Ben Kissi Frempong - CEO
Samuel Nkoom Amoah - CTO
Panin Osei Tankorang - CMO

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Mobile messaging app

Saya is a cross-platform group messaging app designed for desktop and mobile smartphones as well as feature phones. It was acquired by Kirusa, a developer of Voice SMS based Mobile Value Added Services (MVAS) for emerging markets, in 2014.


Robert Lamptey - CEO
Badu Boahen - CTO

Claim Sync
Digital health records

ClaimSync helps healthcare providers create electronic patient records, prepare medical claims, and send claims to health insurance companies electronically, which enables clients to decrease claim processing costs, limit data entry errors and improve overall efficiency. Claimsync was acquired by Dutch Biometric ID management solution specialist GenKey in 2013.


Seth Akumani - Co-Founder
Isaac McSey - Co-Founder
Ebenezer Nubuor - Co-Founder
Emmanuel Addo-Yirenkyi - Co-Founder