Tekedia Capital Makes Investments in Pass (Nigeria) and TradeGrid (California, USA)

Tekedia Capital Makes Investments in Pass (Nigeria) and TradeGrid (California, USA)

Tekedia Capital announces investments in Pass and TradeGrid. Nigeria’s Pass is an emergent digital bank with an operating layer of one-click checkout which reduces abandoned carts for online merchants. It has partnerships with Gokada, MaxNG and other digital platforms including some major multinational FMCGs. 

TradeGrid is a California-based company but wholly operating in Africa. It is an online marketplace focusing on connecting all parties in the downstream sector of the global new energy, and oil & gas industry. Other services offered by the firm include finance, logistics, amongst others.

At Tekedia Capital, our goal is to deploy $millions of dollars in category-king companies that would build the Next Africa. We do that by pooling resources through a syndicate where members invest at least $10,000. Learn about Tekedia Capital and join us here – https://school.tekedia.com/tekedia-capital/

Tekedia Capital offers a specialty investment vehicle (or investment syndicate) which makes it possible for citizens, groups and organizations to co-invest in innovative startups and young companies in Africa. Capital from these investing entities are pooled together and then invested in a specific company or companies. Our focus is on companies with primary operations in Africa even though they may be legally domiciled within or outside Africa.

We invest in mainly technology-anchored companies and are sector-agnostic which means those companies could be operating in any industry, including finance, real estate, education, health, logistics, etc. The opportunity is open for individuals in Africa, Africans in diasporas, global citizens in any place in the world, investment groups and organizations around the world.

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