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How we raised capital to build Seamfix – Chimezie Emewulu and Chibuzor Onwurah

By Guardian Exclusive
16 September 2021   |   3:50 pm
Every idea needs money to become a reality and it is every founder's dream to raise the right capital to get their ideas off the ground, in this episode, Chimezie Emewulu, MD/CEO, Seamfix Ltd, and Chibuzor Onwurah, Co-Founder, Seamfix Ltd open up about the early days; the kind of moves and sacrifice they made to be able to build Seamfix from ground zero to a global brand that it is today.

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