Nosa Omusi

Nosa Omusi

Country Manager, Nigeria, Catalyst Fund

Nosa is the Nigeria Country Manager for BFA Global’s Catalyst Fund. He previously served as Membership and Partnership lead for the African Leadership Group’s ALX program, where he supported the development of entrepreneurial leaders across the continent. Prior to that, he launched, grew and managed Nigeria’s Community for Pan-African entrepreneurial training program, seed fund and tech incubator, MEST Africa. There he drove high impact partnerships with leading FMCGs, multinationals and entrepreneur support organizations (ESOs).

Across Nosa’s career, he has worked with some of West Africa’s leading advertising companies where he handled digital advertising and business development with core focus on technology platforms. He was also part of the founding team at a creative and digital marketing agency. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of marketing (CIM) and the Project Management Institute (PMI).

Publications by this author

A listening-led approach to sales: 5 key questions to close B2B sales for tech companies
Inclusive Fintech |

A listening-led approach to sales: 5 key questions to close B2B sales for tech companies

Too often, startups approach sales as a time to talk about themselves and their product. They fail to use...

By Nosa Omusi
Fintech in the new normal: how four startups are innovating during COVID-19
Inclusive Fintech |

Fintech in the new normal: how four startups are innovating during COVID-19

(A customer of Abalobi)   The global pandemic is now a part of our daily lives – it’s become...

By Nosa Omusi
WellaHealth’s microinsurance innovations are poised to deliver significant benefit to Nigerians
Inclusive Fintech |

WellaHealth’s microinsurance innovations are poised to deliver significant benefit to Nigerians

In Nigeria, like in many emerging markets, adoption of health insurance is very low. As of 2018, only 5%...

By Malika Anand
Are we there yet? The evolution of fintech regulation in Nigeria
Inclusive Fintech |

Are we there yet? The evolution of fintech regulation in Nigeria

Nigeria is a hotspot for fintech innovation in Africa as investors and startups respond to Nigeria’s positive environment for...

By David Porteous
Meet the newest members of the Catalyst Fund Circle of Investors
Inclusive Fintech |

Meet the newest members of the Catalyst Fund Circle of Investors

By Nosa Omusi
Cowrywise inspires young Nigerians to save and invest
Inclusive Fintech |

Cowrywise inspires young Nigerians to save and invest

More than ever, it is clear that digital banking and app-based financial services are the way forward. Pandemic and...

By Malika Anand
Five steps to help prevent the collapse of the Nigerian tech sector amidst Covid-19
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Five steps to help prevent the collapse of the Nigerian tech sector amidst Covid-19

According to the Nigerian Center for Disease Control, COVID-19 has led to 442 confirmed cases and 14 fatalities as...

By Nosa Omusi