Home Startups Centum Foundation Wants To Invest In Start-Up Companies

Centum Foundation Wants To Invest In Start-Up Companies

by Caroline Vutagwa
0 comment



The Centum Foundation, an initiative of the Centum Group with a flagship focus on entrepreneurship is looking for young entrepreneurs who are looking to make big money.

“The world over, Entrepreneurship is lauded as a driving force of many great and soon-to-be-great economies. It is through entrepreneurship that important innovations enter the market, and lead to new products or production processes which eventually increase efficiency; thereby increasing diversification & stimulating competition,” says the firm.

The foundation will effectively identify and invest in ideas, start-up companies and existing small businesses, and turn them into market leaders of tomorrow.

The Centum Foundation will use the funding provided and leverage the Group’s unique position as a market leader in the East African market to help innovative SMMEs (that might otherwise be unable to obtain finance) with access to Knowledge, Capital, Markets and Business Incubation.

The Foundation is looking for businesses with the following characteristics:

  • Innovative solutions to real problems
  • Little or no operational history, 2 years or less
  • Registered in Kenya
  • Strong, well gelled team
  • Scalable
  • Potentially profit making

The application form can be found here. For more information, please visit  this website or email [email protected]

You may also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

%d bloggers like this: