Ingressive Capital is looking for African startups to support

Ingressive Capital is looking for African startups to support

Paystack is one of the startups Ingressive Capital has funded. Image via vc4a.com.

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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