4Di Capital is an independent early-stage technology venture capital firm based in South Africa’s “Silicon Cape”.
Nurture capital is the term that best describes 4Di Capital’s purpose and philosophy. We understand that in the early days of any business, support, mentoring and access to networks is just as important as seed capital.
Using tried and tested international venture capital best practices, adapted for local use, we believe in agile entrepreneur-friendly finance without frills, and in working as a team with our investees to achieve their true potential.
We look for founder teams with hungry passion, commitment, domain expertise and deep insights into the large market problems they wish to solve with their technology solutions.
4Di Capital Early-Stage Technology Fund 1 targets startup investment opportunities with high growth potential at the seed- and early-stages in the mobile, enterprise software and web sectors.
4Di Exponential Tech Fund 1s’ mandate will include early- and growth-stage investments, focusing principally on scalable technology opportunities in the FinTech, HealthTech and InsureTech verticals, particularly those with ambitions to reach international markets.
|Location||Cape Town, South Africa|
|Sectors||Financial services, Fintech, Healthcare, ICT, Information technology, Insurance, Internet, Mobile|
|Offices in||Cape Town, South Africa|
I am currently owning a web based online hotel booking portal in South Africa http://www.phronesisbooking.com, investors are welcome
i have a strong business idea in ICT that need a total investment of only $150,000 to yield cumulative net profits in excess of $1m in just a year period and average monthly sales of $50,000. Interested investor can contact me via my Email- email@example.com.
I hope you are doing well.
Please visit my profile and let me know if there is any opportunity for partnership.
Working together for business gain.
Hi 4DI Captial,
I would be keen to have a chat about a project I’m working on called the AHUB.
AHUB is connecting investors with budding African tech start-ups.