The British twins who set up a black-founded $1bn ‘unicorn’

Their hunch was right, in September 2021 the company reached unicorn status – meaning it is valued at $1bn (£727m) – making it the UK’s second black-founded unicorn firm. Ismail Ahmed’s firm, WorldRemit (now Zepz), a digital cross-border payment platform, became the first in August.

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