Tekedia Capital Q2 2021 Demo Day Is June 12, 2021 [Attend]

Tekedia Capital Q2 2021 Demo Day Is June 12, 2021 [Attend]

Tekedia Capital Syndicate Q2 2021 Demo Day is coming up as follows: June 12, 2021 at 4-6pm WAT. In the Member area, you will see the startups and the videos we have made on them, along with the Demo Day Zoom link. The Syndicate Q2 2021 investment window is the last week of June and first week of July; plan accordingly. We welcome new members (details below). Yes, if you have a minimum of $10,000, you can invest in some of the amazing African startups through Tekedia Capital. We started this mission to democratize wealth creation in the continent. Simply, email our team and schedule a time; we actually want to speak with you before you join.

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.

For details on how to join Tekedia Capital Syndicate, click here.

Annual Fee of $1,000 or local currency equivalent: Tekedia Capital charges $1,000 annual fee which includes an investor in Tekedia Capital deals for 12 months. This fee is used to run administrative activities, research & development, due diligence on startups, and perform routine paperworks in the business. If after a year, the investor could decide not to renew the annual fee. This could be because the investor has invested in enough startups or for any other reason. Largely, if the investor does not renew, Tekedia Capital will stop sharing deal flows with that investor. Even with that, the investor will remain connected with Tekedia Capital for any previous investment made.

Email [email protected]

Technology-anchored startups operating in Africa, we continue to welcome pitch decks or business plans; send to [email protected]. Through our members, we have superb access to capital to support your mission.

*Meanwhile, in the next few days, we will migrate this page to a dedicated Tekedia Capital website.

Tekedia Capital Syndicate Q2 2021 Demo Day – June 12


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Click to join Tekedia Capital Syndicate and build Next Africa with a minimum of $10,000 co-investment in startups.

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