Raising equity or debt finance within agriculture? Agri Frontier includes helping investee companies think about their capital requirements, assisting them to become ‘investment ready’ through to funding applications.
Agri Frontier has partnered with Feed the Future Kenya Investment Mechanism (KIM) program, a five-year USAID project that is unlocking $400 million in investment for key sectors of Kenya’s economy, including agriculture, and for regional trade and investment opportunities under the Prosper Africa initiative.
Through this programme, KIM will partially, on behalf of the businesses, cover the transaction costs of obtaining equity and/or debt finance.
Agricultural value chains supported under this program include dairy, livestock and horticulture (mango, passion fruit, banana, avocado, pineapple, sweet potato and African leafy vegetables only).
To access this program and to raise equity or debt within the next 18 months, please contact us.