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Marek Zmyslowski’s controversial book is now available in Anglophone Africa

The book is called “Chasing Black Unicorns” and shares previously unknown details of both stories.

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Chasing Clack Unicorns is now available for African markets


Marek Zmysłowski, a polish-born entrepreneur and investor, well known in Africa for cofounding Jumia Travel (listed on the NYSE as part of Jumia Group) and the controversy around being wanted by the Nigerian Police and Interpol, has published a business memoir.

The book is called “Chasing Black Unicorns” and shares previously unknown details of both stories.  It’s available on, Amazon, Jumia, Okada Books, and can be found in local bookstores in the form of a printed book, e-book, and audiobook.

“Probably the most honest and accurate peek into the tech startup scene in the world's most difficult market," said Rich Tanksley, former CEO Pulse Nigeria.



Marek Zmyslowski

“Chasing Black Unicorns” was first published in Poland in February this year and has quickly earned a bestseller status and became one of the most popular biographies in the country. It received very good reviews: 4,8/5 on Goodreads, 8/10 on Lubimyczytac and 5/5 on Audioteka

“It’s a story of a young, overconfident entrepreneur that matures once he faces the challenges life gives him. I wanted to share my insights from running tech businesses in young African and Eastern European markets, as this knowledge was scarce back when I was starting. I’ve put those insights between my life stories, usually funny, but sometimes very scary. I hope it gave the book an edge and made the business aspect of it more entertaining to read.”

Marek Zmysłowski has committed all his book profits to impactful charity initiatives in Africa that will be supported through MaYa Foundation that he founded together with his life partner Yaritza Reyes,  an actress, TV host, and model most known for her title as Miss World 1st Runner-Up in 2016. More info about the foundation:

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