Nigerian tech startup Eden Life secures $1.4-million in funding

Eden Life, the tech start up that is based in Lagos, Nigeria, has secured $1.4-million in a seed funding round led by UK-based LocalGlobe, along with participation from Samurai Incubate, Future Africa, Village Global, Rising Tide Africa and Enza Capital.

Founded in 2019 and launched by a trio of entrepreneurs, Eden Life is a tech startup that has created one of the continent’s first home services app that can schedule food, laundry and cleaning services.

Since we started this journey in 2019, you’ve trusted us to make your life better. We’ve provided over 60,000 services since we started, from clean clothes and homes to nourishing food.

This year alone, you’ve said kind things about us across the internet over 1,200 times – I know this because I read everything, and it makes my day every time. A significant number of our customers are here because other customers like you referred them.

It probably sounds like something people say, but your engagement is how we got here. Your feedback, for example, is how we knew that to give you a great food experience, we had to bring our entire food operation in-house. We set up a food production facility and hired an all-star team. Your advocacy and how you tell everyone about Eden is how we continue to grow.

Says Co-Founder and CEO, Nadayar Enegesi in a statement.

Our mission remains 10xing the quality of life. We’ll make excellent service accessible to more people by unifying a pleasant customer experience and competent service delivery using technology. This round of funding helps us go further and faster on our key projects to:

  • Train our staff – not just the core gardener team – to become customer success champions.
  • Set up a world-class service facility that will sharpen our operations, and help us work more effectively and secure better service partners.
  • Build out a more robust engineering team to make your app experience better.

The road to a 10x quality of life for everyone on the continent is long, but we’ll do all the hard work so that you can live the soft life.

He concludes.

Previous Story

Absa and Qhubeka give people a hand up to better their lives

Next Story

#CodeLikeAGirl success shows demand for STEM learning for young girls