LoftyInc launches $25m for Africa focused startups

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Cayman island based LoftyInc Capital Management has announced the launch of a new $25m Afropreneur Fund II which focuses on early stage Africa-facing enterprises that leverage technologies to create social impact and tackle big problems.

The launch was announced at Africa Diaspora Network’s Annual Investment Symposium, ADIS 2017 held in Silicon Valley, California.

The key goal of the  Afropreneur Funds is to leverage these investments for social impact, contributing as much to social change and impact, as to the bottom-line- lifting millions out of poverty, illiteracy, sickness and unemployment.

Follow-on funding

Afropreneur Fund 1 is a closed fund, that immediately provides our portfolio a source of critical follow-on funding in their critical phase of growth, while powering innovation across critical social impact sectors including financial integration, bridging the digital divide and under employment gaps, housing and literacy among many others.

LoftyInc Capital Management is a Cayman registered vehicle, and joint venture between LoftyInc Allied Partners Limited and global partners.

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