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What is your business's annual turnover?

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Is your business cash flow positive?

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Do you have an existing asset that you wish to borrow against?

 

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Do you have a set of Management Accounts?

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How much funding do you need?

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Knife Capital
Knife Capital is an independent growth equity investment firm focusing on ventures with proven traction. We accelerate the international expansion of businesses that achieved a product/market fit in a beachhead market.
Medium–long term
KLOP Accelerator
KLOP Accelerator is a Cape Town-based SME growth platform that focuses on the Kensington, Langa, Observatory, Pinelands (KLOP) and surrounding regions. It promotes high growth entrepreneurship by investing both money and time in established businesses.
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Kalon Venture Partners
Kalon Venture Partners invests in and builds a portfolio of high growth technology companies, with innovative business models, geared to existing and emerging institutions and their customers.
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Adlevo Capital
Adlevo Capital was established to capitalize on the growing demand for infrastructure and services in sub-Saharan Africa. We focus on technology-enabled opportunities, which benefit from increased buying power of consumers.
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