Need to scale up your business? TiimAfrica in partnership with NigeriaFMYS is giving out $5000 to young Nigerians between the ages of 25-35, who run a business and have 6 months minimum financial records.
True to our mission of transforming lives, we seek to identify, grow, and scale commercially viable businesses that are also creating societal change. In line with this purpose, we strongly believe that there are innovators who are determined to address challenges that exist in their communities by finding locally relevant solutions that work for them. We would like to give them a platform to enhance and scale across Kenya and beyond. Therefore, we launched the Safaricom Spark Venture Fund to invest and support late-seed, early-growth stage companies with a presence in Kenya, whilst leveraging Safaricom assets to enable the companies to scale.
The Zambia Agribusiness and Trade Project (ZATP) is a Government of the Republic of Zambia Project being implemented through the Ministry of Commerce Trade and Industry (MCTI) with support from the World Bank. The project also seeks to boost growth oriented Agribusiness SMEs by investing in both their technical and productive capabilities and business management skills. This will enable them to link into large buyers and grow their businesses into sustainable ventures that will not just increase agricultural production and trade but also create employment.
GroFin is seeking applications for its Small and Growing Business Fund. GroFin is a pioneering development financier specializing in financing and supporting small and growing businesses (SGBs) across Africa and the Middle East.
Prospero Zambia has announced a call for applications for the Innovation Partnerships in Food and Agriculture. Prospero Zambia works with intervention partners in the small livestock, fruits, and vegetables and legumes sectors to address market constraints that hamper sector growth, competitiveness, and opportunities for SMEs.
As an agricultural business owner, you can be a beneficiary of the CACS N200 billion Fund. This facility was established by the CBN and Federal Ministry of Agriculture to fast track the development of the agricultural sector in Nigeria by giving loans support to businesses like yours.
Vital Capital has launched a new debt facility providing loans to promising businesses in sub-Saharan Africa to help them get through the corona virus pandemic. The Vital Impact Relief Facility will dedicate US $10 million, offering firms immediate access to capital to weather the economic consequences of the virus while building a bridge to realizing their visions of becoming prosperous companies that can benefit millions of Africans.