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.
GroFinGhana was awarded “Outstanding Contribution to the Growth of SMEs” under the Corporate Special Recognition category at the first Ghana CFO Awards held at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.
The Ambassador of the Netherlands in Jordan, Mr. Paul Van Den Ijssel, visited a GroFin client, Sindbad For Marine Transportations, in the southern city of Aqaba on Wednesday, September 30, 2015. The meeting came about as part of the Netherlands’ Ambassador regular business visit to Aqaba to learn more about new developments and to look
KAMPALA, Uganda, September 24, 2015 Wednesday 23 September marked the official launch of the GroFin Small and Growing Businesses (SGB) Fund. It aims to catalyse sustainable job creation through supporting small and growing businesses in Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana, Nigeria,Zambia, South Africa and Egypt. The Fund aims to support over 9,800 under-served entrepreneurs and
The Oman SME Summit, themed “Reinvigorating the SME Market in Oman” this year, saw the participation of GroFin as panellist for the discussion titled “Review of Funds and programs in place for SMEs, their status and the way forward.” This initiative aims at creating awareness on the various funds and programs established to encourage entrepreneurship in Oman. The
KAMPALA, Uganda, September 14, 2015 Wednesday 23 September 2015 will mark the official launch of the GroFin Small and Growing Businesses (SGB) Fund in Africa that aims to catalyse sustainable job creation through supporting small and growing businesses in Ghana, Nigeria, Uganda, Zambia, Kenya, South Africa, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Egypt. The Fund was co-created by GroFin, a