The Most Active Venture Investors in African Tech



Africa is the future.

But who is investing in the continent’s startups?

Discover the 8 most active venture investors in African tech:

1) Partech Africa

Focused on healthcare, fintech, and B2B e-commerce.

Invested in:

– TradeDepot
– Yoco
– AwaCredit

2) Ajim Capital

Focuses on pre-seed and seed-stage companies.

Invested in:

– Eden Life
– Spleet
– Raenest

3) TLcom Capital

Focuses on startups across Africa.

Invested in:

– mSurvey
– Andela
– Kobo360

4) 4DX Ventures

Invests in tech companies across Africa.

Invested in:

– Sokowatch
– Moringa School
– Kudi

5) Founders Factory Africa

Invests in early-stage African tech startups.

Invested in:

– mPharma
– Flutterwave
– LifeBank

6) Novastar Ventures

Focuses on startups in East and West Africa.

Invested in:

– Sendy
– Lynk
– Tugende

7) Future Africa

Invests in early-stage startups in various fields.

Invested in:

– Sortd
– Schoolable
– Zido

8) Launch Africa

Invests in African startups focused on B2B and B2B2C software.

Invested in:

– Kuda
– Kwara
– Raise

– By Eunice Ajim


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