Editor's Note: Based on the latest Global Startup Ecosystem 2022 Report from StartupBlink, which analyses startup ecosystems in 1,000 cities and 100 countries, Techloy is highlighting the key data and insights across emerging markets in this edition of ChartBox. 📈ChartBox is a Techloy bi-monthly series that tracks the numbers
ChartBox is a Techloy bi-monthly series that tracks the numbers behind the most important technology topics and trends across emerging markets.
The Latin American smartphone market remained resilient in Q1 2022, after a strong performance in 2021, although shipments fell slightly by 3% year-on-year to 31 million, according to data from Canalys. * Samsung maintained its market leadership position with a share of 43%, shipping 13.4 million units. * Although second-placed Lenovo
Chinese technology giant Lenovo maintained its leading position in notebook PC sales globally with unit shipments reaching 14.4 million in Q4 2021 (calendar year), representing a -12% growth decline year-on-year, and a market share of 23%, according to data from Strategy Analytics. HP, which came second, took the biggest
Notebook shipments globally showed strength after a full two years into the COVID pandemic, according to a new report by Strategy Analytics, although demand for ChromeOS notebooks fell by -67% year-on-year in Q1 2022, offsetting gains in Windows and MacBook volumes and pushing the total market down -7%. According to
This week, India recorded its 100th startup unicorn, or privately held company with a value of $1 billion or more, its 15th since this year. Bangalore-based neobanking platform Open [https://open.money/], raised $50 million in a Series D funding round led by IIFL Finance at a valuation of $1
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The mobile money industry added a record 143 million registered customers in 2018, bringing its total to 866 million registered mobile money accounts in 90 countries, representing a 20% year-on-year increase from 2017, according to GSMA’s State of the Industry Report on Mobile Money [https://www.gsma.com/r/
Sub-Saharan Africa accounted for as much as 45.6% of mobile money activity in the world, with a transaction value of $26.8 billion in 2018, a year-on-year growth of 15.3% from 2017, excluding bank-operated solutions, according to a GSMA report [https://www.gsma.com/r/state-of-the-industry-report/] released last