Technology

GreenTec invests in Kenya’s logistics platform Amitruck

Frankfurt (Germany) and Nairobi (Kenya), April 2020. GreenTec Capital is very pleased to announce our investment in Kenya’s Amitruck. Amitruck is an innovative mobile and web based trucking logistics platform that brings together cargo owners and transporters for their mutual benefit. Logistics spending in Africa by manufacturers and retailers has crossed the $160 billion mark…

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Adapting in times of adversity: A lesson from Yusudi.

Frankfurt (Germany) and Nairobi (Kenya). Africa is no stranger to adversity, which is the crucible that forges innovation and entrepreneurs. We at GreenTec Capital we regard adaptability as one of the most important characteristics that an entrepreneur can have. With the current disruptions to the global economy from the worldwide coronavirus outbreak, many businesses are…

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GreenTec makes first Moroccan deal with investment into Kwiks.

Frankfurt (Germany) and Casablanca (Morocco), February 2020. GreenTec is very pleased to announce our investment into Kwiks, an innovative Moroccan digital platform that specializes in rapid personnel sourcing. The company leverages a proprietary platform with a expertly curated talent pool technologically supplemented with public and private data sources to quickly offer top-tier talent to its…

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Company Builder Profile: Maxime Bayen

Frankfurt (Germany), September 2019. Next in our series of Company Builder profiles will be Maxime Bayen. Maxime joins us with extensive experience in the ICT and Telecom sectors in emerging markets including Central Asia, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Maxime’s experience is particularly well-rounded from his work with the GSMA, providing valuable perspective on DFI concerns and…

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GreenTec Capital at the AGRF and Pitch Agrihack 2019

Accra (Ghana) and Frankfurt (Germany), September 2019. GreenTec Capital was very happy to be present and support the annual African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) held in Accra, Ghana last week. The 2019 edition of the forum was supported by both GreenTec Capital Partners, as well as, the GreenTec Capital Africa Foundation (GCAF). As a part…

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German Development Minister Gerd Müller visits PEBL Production Facility

Windhoek (Namibia) and Frankfurt (Germany), September 2019. GreenTec Capital is very pleased to report that German Development Minister Gerd Müller visited PEBL’s batch production facility as part of his visit to the Namibian capital Windhoek. Minister Müller was in Namibia for government talks and meetings with representatives of the Herero and the Nama people of Namibia. As a part of the…

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