iSpace Co-Founder Josiah Kwesi Eyison highlights African start-ups building new…
Impact investing has emerged in the 21st century as the new way of thinking about finance and charity. But what does the growing impact landscape in Africa look like today?
What are the opportunities and challenges? The do’s and the don’ts? And how do you get started as an investor?
Erick Yong: Co-founder and CEO of GreenTec Capital Partners, which invests in African start-ups and SMEs with a focus on combining social and environmental impact with financial success.
Danai Musandu (pictured): A member of the South Africa Goodwell Investments team, where she is in charge of development of the investment process.
Martijn Blom: A social entrepreneur, informal investor, and co-founder of De Investeerdersclub in the Netherlands.
David van Dijk: Co-founder and Director General of ABAN, as well as Managing Director of Stichting IGNITE (a non-profit supporting entrepreneurs in conflict affected countries) and is part of the Investment Committee of the IGNITE Fund.