After successful investments in the real estate sector, Darecha continues to expand its micro-venture capital fund by investing in other industries such as agriculture. Darecha management will share further details regarding this project soon but below is the video which shows preparation for a large scale commercial farm in progress:
On 19 April 2015, Darecha team signed a contract with land owners to develop a property that would be rented out. Below is the timeline of the project and we are happy to announce that the rooms were rented even before the project was completed. If you are interested to learn more or take part in these investments please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Darecha invests in young entrepreneurs projects. Pictures below show progress of one of its young entrepreneurs projects, Alfan Mbugi
Every year, an ambitious crop of young business leaders rises above the fray and turns their individual passions into ideas, and those ideas into bona fide businesses.
They attract venture capital and hefty contracts to kick-start their start-ups. They’re often poised to expand globally, and they leverage technology to disrupt business as usual.
Typically, they’ve landed on a good idea, honed it through customer feedback and rigorous testing, and nurtured it through 12-hour workdays and sleepless nights.
There are plenty of these young entrepreneurs in East Africa, from inventors of game-changing technologies to founders of microfinance ventures to CEOs of eco-friendly businesses.
Here are 10 of East Africa’s most promising young entrepreneurs.(Click here)
Darecha was invited to annual meeting of Association of African Business Schools (AABS) which was held in Johannesdburg, South Africa from 18-22 May 2015. The founder of Darecha spoke in the Social Innovation panel.