Ingressive Capital is looking for African startups to support

Ingressive Capital

Ingressive Capital, a venture capital firm based in Sub-Saharan, is searching for tech-enabled companies based in the aforementioned region to support financially and expose them to other growth opportunities.

The firm says it invests from $50,000 to $100,000. And this is given out to startup at Pre-Seed to Seed level.

“We look for post-launch founders with a great product, solving a big problem, and work with them on ways to grow and scale through business development, partnerships, and financial support,” says a statement on the firm’s website.

Ingressive Capital has already invested in startups like Paystack, a payments platform based in Nigeria; Awa Bike, a ride-sharing company; TaxiTV, an adtech company for ride-sharing firms among others.

On its board, the firm has investors from MTN Group, Techstars, Y Combinator and Comcast Ventures among other reputable organizations.

Apart from financial backing, Ingressive Capital says startups under its portfolio also get access to a talent pool of more than 10,000 developers & designers, business development & partnerships support and follow-on funding & access to international capital through their investors who run accelerators, incubators, banks, and growth stage funds seeking African startups.

You are also exposed to a platform to showcase and source in front of thousands of techies, global investors & billion-dollar tech companies.

Submit your application here.


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