Funding In Africa
Solarise Africa secures $10-million investment
Paras Patel, Partner, Energy Access Ventures shares that the expansion of Solarise Africa’s offering will provide added value to a greener society across the continent. Read more
Kenyan Digital Addressing Startup OkHi Secures $1.7m Funding From UK Angel Network
It has now received support in achieving this goal after receiving GBP1.4 million (US$1.7 million) in funding, with help from the Angel Investment Network, the world’s largest online angel investment platform. Read more
Factsheet: Between venture capital and private equity investments in African tech
The Africa-focused firm was the lead investor in seven of those deals. Some of the deals they participated in are a $2m round by Seamless HR, a $1m round by LipaLater and a $500,000 round by AppZone Group. Read more
The No. 1 Reason You’re Not Experiencing Consistent Revenue in Your Business
You’ll see entrepreneurs posting screenshots of five- and six-figure months. You’ll see leaders talking about experiencing their highest-revenue months. You’ll see experts left and right offering advice. You’ll even see a few entrepreneurs posting about their struggles. Read more
GetFundedAfrica’s mission is to uplift people and economies in Africa through entrepreneurship; helping companies find funding, grow, create jobs and solve society’s greatest challenges
GFA Attract, GFA Weekly Recap & Application Portal For Funding
|GFA Weekly Round Up |
In this episode of GFA-Attract (VC Edition)
we discuss with Jonathan Berman,
Managing Partner of African Innovation Partners (AIP),
a venture capital/asset management company with $500m in assets under management.
|GFA Weekly Round- up|
In this week’s weekly round up podcast, Nichole discussed about the funding activity between September 21- 25
|Apply For Funding |
GetFundedAfrica provides equity capital from $1,000 to $50,000.
For larger amounts (Above $50,000)
we organize syndicated funding rounds of up to $500,000.
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