Samuel Ajiboyede


FleetPartners Limited


CEO of Zido, Africa’s No.1 digital freight broker. A disruptive digital innovator, a start-up tech wizard, business strategist, serial entrepreneur, and international keynote speaker. Samuel has a huge experience in technology, finance, and global leadership and has grown a very strong influence and following in the tech and digital space in Africa.

He is fast establishing himself as a thought leader in early-stage tech investment and finance, blazing a trail in the digital freight broker industry. Formerly a partner with General Electric in 2012, where he redesigned the hybrid power system of telecom site BTS to work with multiple power input, solar, public power, and generator. He went on to found the multi-award company Fleetpartners in 2014, a leading corporate car and bus sharing company.

In 2017, he created Matatu, now Zido a transport and logistics networking company, and started Workclick Inc. in 2018, an online marketplace that connects over 5000 professionals skilled in domestic services directly to customers; creating more jobs and increasing their source of livelihoods. He also serves as the managing director of Microspace Technologies, a mainstream tech company that over the past ten years provides IT solutions to various sectors in Nigeria across oil and gas, fleet and logistics, telecom, banking, and finance.

Graduating from Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Stanford University Graduate school of business, Harvard Business School, the University of Dundee, Scotland in the UK.

Samuel Ajiboyede is enthusiastic about growing ideas from nothing to multi-million-dollar companies.

He was awarded Global Banking and Finance Review Awards for Best Leasing company in Nigeria 2015 presented in London, the International Finance Magazine’s Award for Best Leasing Company in Nigeria 2015, presented in London, the Capital Finance Awards for Best Auto Solutions Africa 2015 also presented in London and the Nigerian Role Model Awards for Integrity in Business 2017 conferred by the United Nations’ African Child Foundation in Lagos, Nigeria and the CEO of the year award 2019 conferred the Nigerian Safety Award for Excellence.

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