PrivABoo Investor Meet & Greet | Second edition

Dear participants of the PrivABoo Practitioners’ Lab, dear colleagues and partners,

Following our very well-received first edition, we are happy to invite you to another Investor Meet & Greet session, which aims at connecting investors and companies to drive investments in climate change adaptation solutions. In each session, a small number of investors introduce themselves to the audience and welcome questions from and exchanges with the participants.

 

The second Investor Meet & Greet will take place on March 28, from 12:00 to 14:00 CET. The two investors joining us for this session are:

 

 

  • The Climate Resilient Africa Fund (CRAF) is an impact venture fund backing early-stage African startups at the nexus of food security, climate change and nature loss. It invests in biotech including new food groups, farmers platforms including precision agriculture, midstream supply chain innovation, novel farm systems and climate-nature data tools. CRAF has offices in Cairo, Accra, Nairobi, Johannesburg, London and Copenhagen. Its investors include private, governmental, development and impact capital.

 

How to register
Please send an e-mail to lisa.scholz@giz.de with the participants’ name, position and e-mail address, as well as name and website of your organization.

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