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ViKtoria Ventures is a Kenyan company that is helping early-stage companies obtain seed funding from angel investors and forge networks necessary for growth.
We do this through angel events held every two/ three months where we invite angels and potential angels to listen to promising startups we have worked with.
Our aim is to have the angels finance, mentor and/ or make key business introductions for the startups.
The angels also get the opportunity to learn through various technical training sessions geared towards early stage investment which are part of the events. The events are led by experienced angels and practitioners in early-stage investing.
|Targets||Kenya, Tanzania, United Republic of, Uganda|
Retail and wholesale, Agribusiness, Automotive, Banking, Clean technology, Computer hardware, Computer software, Construction, Creative, media and entertainment, Diversified services, E-commerce, EdTech, Education, Electronics, Financial services, Food and beverage, Healthcare, HealthTech, Insurance, Internet, Leisure and travel, Manufacturing, Mobile, Real estate, Renewable energy, Telecom, Transport and logistics, Utilities, Waste management and recycling, Water, sanitation and hygiene
- Keziah NjeriNairobi, Kenya
Hello, sir, I have a strong communications and fintech services platform and with some thousands of users already. The goal of our fundraising is to deploy out the cutting-edge platform to improve the lives of people across Africa without cellular and internet connectivity by running BeepTool app services on Nano-Satellites Grid. we will be happy to demo our technology and also our investor’s presentation. firstname.lastname@example.org
dolessons.com connects students to verified expert tutors in their neighborhood. We shall be glad to welcome investment from VIKTORIA VENTURES. Please reach me via email@example.com
This is a promising company. Is there a portfolio of early-stage companies?