GroFin Client, Highland School, Rwanda

Impact investing comes of age, set to revolutionise the investment world

As impact investing comes of age, to quote the Economist, it is time to take a look at the largest survey of the Impact Investment landscape, and see how this nascent industry is fast becoming a mainstream phenomenon. A decade into the creation of a formal impact investing industry, the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN)

GroFin Client - Firm Foundation Ghana

Firm Foundation Ghana – GroFin Client and School of Choice

Firm Foundation Ghana has become the school of choice for parents in the catchment area and is consistently the top performing school in the Ga West area for the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). An average of 25% of students that obtain their BECE at Firm Foundation continue their education through tertiary institutions. The school’s student

Kenyan Entrepreneur, Pamela Muyeshi and Amaica Restaurant

Congratulations to Kenyan Entrepreneur, Pamela Muyeshi, for her phenomenal success with the Amaica Restaurant

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

Ghanaian entrepreneur Linklaters

Ghanaian entrepreneur tops up his fuel retailing business through disciplined success

Ghanaian entrepreneur, Richard Owusu-Poku, and owner of Linklaters is a prime example of a successful fuel retailer in Ghana. Richard currently manages five out of six Shell filling stations in Koforidua, in the Eastern Region of Ghana. And of the five petrol stations he runs, he owns and operates two while managing the other three

GroFin Kenya client GAEA Foods Ltd

Hot start for GroFin Kenya entrepreneur in potato processing business

Entrepreneur Irene Wanjiru Mwangi is a pioneer in the field of potato processing in Kenya. Her company, GAEA Foods Ltd., processes potatoes for the local urban market mainly consumed by fast food restaurants, main stream hotels and centralised kitchens for some universities. Consumption is highest amongst the fast food chains: that is estimated to consume

Agribusiness GroFin Africa

Why African agribusinesses needs impact investments

Investment in agriculture is key to ending hunger and poverty in Africa. Statistics by the European Commission show that, in Africa, agriculture accounts for 65% of total employment and 32% of GDP. Most importantly, agribusinesses tackle food insecurity on two fronts – stimulating increased food production on the one hand and creating wealth for smallholders

Zambian Entrepreneur of Bestlay Country Egg and a GroFin Zambia Client

Bestlay Country Egg set for successful hatch in Zambia’s Poultry Industry

Bestlay Country Egg was incorporated in Lusaka, Zambia on May 2016 by key Zambian entrepreneur Mr. Patrick Bobo. Following which, he approached GroFin Zambia for finance and support for his start-up agri-processing poultry business. Patrick has worked for 21 years as an accountant, audit senior, chief internal auditor, chief accountant and operations manager for various