2023 Q1-Q2 Venture Capital Activity in Africa

This report offers a collection of exclusive insights spotlighting the development of and global comparison for venture capital in Africa; exploring the regions and sectors leading venture capital deals across the continent.

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Nadia Kouassi Coulibaly, Head Of Research

"On behalf of AVCA Research, I am pleased to share our latest report, which provides an overview of the current events shaping Africa’s start-up investment landscape and an in-depth analysis of entrepreneurial and venture activity seen in the first half of 2023”.

If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to reach out to research@avca-africa.org. We would love to hear from you."

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🌍 Africa in the Global Context: Another Lean Year for Venture Capital 
 As global market forces continue to shift and venture capital investors exercise caution in capital deployment,  AVCA's 2023 Q1-Q2 Venture Capital Activity in Africa report gives insight into the continent’s resilience and potential to maintain momentum, amidst challenging global market conditions 🚀

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❄️A Winter, or a Plateau? 2023 Q1-Q2 #VentureCapital Activity in Africa report by #AVCAResearch

While some refer to it as a "funding winter," it's more accurately a funding plateau, with funding by both volume and value comparing favorably to historical averages.
Investors are now taking a more judicious approach, but the ecosystem remains active.

Learn more in the full report: https://bit.ly/44QcbVe

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📈🌱 FinTech and CleanTech Take Center Stage in Africa's Venture Capital Landscape, according to AVCA's 2023 Q1-Q2 #VentureCapital Activity in Africa Report

The report shows FinTech continues to lead the way in driving deal activity for tech-enabled startups, bolstering the Financials sector with resilience and largest share of funding. CleanTech is making waves globally and has gained traction in Africa's early-stage ecosystem, shining a light on utilities with increased interest and investment. The rising tide of CleanTech is evident, and startups leveraging technology for environmental sustainability are receiving well-deserved support.

Read the full report: https://bit.ly/44QcbVe 

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