Funding In Africa
Innovation Fellowship Programme Secures Funding
With donations received by Stewart Butterfield, CEO of Slack, the premier team collaboration platform, Aaron Levie, CEO of the leading enterprise cloud company Box, and Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist have joined the organization’s 100 Founders’ Challenge. Read more
Funding In South Africa
Angolan Government Approves Grant of $11,000 To Each SME And Startup Through Local VC
The material and technical conditions are in place to inject the money into the microcredit support line. The Angolan Active Venture Capital Fund (FACRA) has already transferred 2 billion kwanzas for microcredit companies and credit unions linked to the project. To have access to it, the entrepreneur must meet the conditions required by said companies. Read more
Funding In East Africa
Ethiopian Investor Group Launches Addis Ababa Angels Network
The launch of the Addis Ababa Angels Network bring to an end the reliance on bank loans as Ethiopia does not have Venture Capital entities willing to invest in high-risk ventures. Read more
Unlocking Africa’s digital future
The three health workers are not at risk of infection. They are robots. Meanwhile, Babyl, a chatbot, triages first medical problems and schedules physician appointments for 30 percent of the population. In Rwanda, digital technologies have become literal life savers. Read more
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|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
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