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Startup Capital #2

Posted by George Rhule in News

We would like to say thank you to everyone who attended the second edition of Startup Capital.  It is our aim that through these discussions we will be able to bridge the gap between the mindset of an investor and that of an entrepreneur. Last…

Startup Capital #1

Posted by George Rhule in News

On the 18th June we held our maiden event dubbed Startup Capital at Ispace.  Our objective was to bridge the gap between investors and entrepreneurs through a discussion that would hopefully shed more light on some key factors that inform investors decisions however may be overlooked…

Diaspora Angel Investor Dialogue

Posted by George Rhule in Uncategorized

On 28th April 2015, the Ghana High Commission in London hosted the team from VCTF for the Diaspora Angel Investor Dialogue. (DAID) The Diaspora Angel Investor Dialogue was an informative networking event which was designed to connect Ghanaians in Diaspora with increasing investment opportunities in…

Student Entrepreneurship Reimagined

Posted by George Rhule in News

Entrepreneurship and innovation has been touted as the bedrock for any nation to develop a strong economy. For this to be a reality, the youth elite must take up the mantle to pursue innovative ideas and programs, which will impact the larger society. In Ghana…


Posted by George Rhule in Motivation

Today is #throwbackthursday – Lets go down memory lane to see what happened in the startup scene around this time last year. The Launch of the Dumsor App : Ghanaian startup @KodeFusion-GH launched the dumsor app, a simple torch light that plays on the phrase dum(off)…

GAIN raises GHS 350,000 for local Edutech startup

Posted by George Rhule in News

  GAIN RAISES GHS 350,000 FOR LOCAL EDUTECH STARTUP Ghana Angel Investor Network (GAIN) recently made their first investment of GHS 350,000 in Revo a local Edutech startup providing solutions for the education sector. GAIN, a network of high net worth individuals, was established by…

KNUST Business Development Centre

Posted by George Rhule in News

  Yesterday I  had the pleasure of visiting KNUST new incubator program, the KNUST Business Development Centre.  I had the opportunity to interact with the first cohorts to enter the incubator and it was easy to see why they had been selected.  An afternoon with…

ServLed Africa

Posted by George Rhule in News

There are limited facilities here in Ghana that supports the growth of early stage businesses.  Incubators, accelerators, co-working spaces, management services, financing, mentors the list goes on and on and all of which have a key role to play in our entrepreneurial ecosystem.  However the…