Beyond Capital Fund Makes Second Investment in Kenyan Agritech startup


Beyond Capital Fund, an impact investment fund that invests in for-profit social enterprises throughout India and East Africa has made its second investment into a Kenyan agritech startup in line with its focus of improving access to health care, water, sanitation, and energy, as well as food security and financial inclusion.

Beyond Capital Fund is structured as a non-profit, which permits us to emphasize fidelity to our social mission alongside our financial mandate.  

Alongside other investors, Beyond Capital Fund has made a new investment in a Kenyan startup, Tulaaw an agri-marketplace which uses artificial intelligence to connect Kenyan farmers, supplier, and buyers.

This is not the funds first time to invest in Tulaa. In 2017, the fund participated in a $627,000 investment round led by AHL Ventures Partners, among others.

Founded in 2017 by Hillary Miller-Wise, Tulaa has now become the 8thcompany in Beyond Capital’s portfolio. With the fund, Tulaa will develop its technology to better serve Kenyan farmers and expand it across the country.