Whether it is roadblocks imposed by regulators, the lack of a viable workforce or a paucity of infrastructure, the path to success for a burgeoning tech firm in Africa can be harrowing. Yet it can also be a great opportunity for those willing to negotiate their way through those challenges, according to experts and entrepreneurs on a panel titled, "Technology Start-ups in Africa," at the recent Wharton Africa Business Forum.
"Incubators are all over the continent," said Kathleen Bomani, the founder of Made From Cloth, which encourages and helps locate funding for fashion businesses. "Building the infrastructure is ahead.
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