$100 Million Innovation Fund to Fuel African Tech Investments
The Global Innovation Initiative Group (GIIG), an investment vehicle for early-stage tech start-ups, has established a new fund to invest in early-stage tech innovation start-ups across Africa.
The GIIG Africa Fund is a Curaçao-based private investment initiative that will invest annually in the winners’ pool of start-up participants from the African region of the Global Start-up Awards (GSA), an independent start-up ecosystem competition.
Through its multi-platform venture-builders, GIIG says it seeks to develop the largest relationship infrastructure of mission-aligned African innovation stakeholders to accelerate the co-creation of disruptive African solutions.
Photo courtesy of Angelo Moleele.
Source: ITWeb (link opens in a new window)
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