- Your investment can help to feed Africa, not as charity but by building the food supply chain
- That food is grown by “smallholder” farmers, growing their incomes 50%-500%, ending their poverty
- Aggregate revenues across Africa Eats LTD’s portfolio companies = $9.8 million in 2020, growing 61% YoY since 2014
- Fast growth through services to homegrown African startups who know their markets
We help companies grow. Specifically, a few dozen companies in Africa, all run by native Africans, all building the food supply chain to feed Africa, collectively working with tens of thousands of farmers who they then pull out of poverty. We do all this as a for-profit company, ultimately earning money for our investors while solving these critical problems.
Within five years Africa Eats expects to be a public company, likely working with dozens more companies and hundreds of thousands more farmers who by then are living middle class lives instead of living as subsistence farmers as they do today. These projections cannot be guaranteed.