GroFin, a pioneering SME development financier, has opened its office in Senegal, furthering its expansion into West Africa’s Francophone belt after Ivory Coast. With the opening of this office, Senegalese entrepreneurs can expect to benefit from the unique model of appropriate, medium-term finance and specialised, value-added business support that GroFin extends to Small and Growing
Moving away from their historical over-reliance on the public sector, Arab youth are empowering themselves by pursuing entrepreneurship avenues and these young Arab entrepreneurs are creating employment at scale The eighth United Nations Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) calls for promoting “inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment, and decent work for all.” A new report by the
Kenyan Entrepreneur Pamela Muyeshi has always had a passion for traditional and authentic Kenyan cuisine. So, it’s no surprise that Amaica Restaurant in Nairobi, would successfully grow to serve a customer base of roughly 43,000 diners per year, and triple its employment level to meet the growing demands of its customers. Since receiving GroFin finance in
With the Duqm port seeing its first shipment of Dolomite on Thursday, 25 February 2016, Duqm Crushers looks set on the path to success. The company, a client of the Nomou Oman Fund, was one of the first companies to use the Duqm
Dutch cycling graduates Jens Gronheid and Mark van der Waal are on a 100-day journey from Nairobi to Cape Town (to be chronicled as ‘The Barabara tales’). In this adventure, they have the full support of the DGGF
GroFin Jordan was honoured by a visit by H.E. The British Ambassador in Jordan, Mr. Oakden, to Nomou investee Arabella for Aluminium’s factory in Almafraq City, on Monday, March 7, 2016. The factory visit came about as part of the H.E. The British Ambassador’s regular business visits to learn more about new developments and to
Job creation being a key priority of the Fund, Conradie highlighted that GroFin is keen on businesses that have the potential to create 10 – 50+ job opportunities, starting with companies that have fewer than 150 employees. Currently, research by economists.co.za shows that 65% of SMEs in South Africa create zero job opportunities, while just 9% create 20 jobs or more.