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IMPACT INVESTING AND TECH IN AFRICA - DRINKS, NETWORKING & UPDATES

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This event is relevant to anyone who is interested in Impact Investing in Africa; please join our evening focusing on Africa with:

Toby Hanington and Tom Fairburn, founding partners of THE BAOBAB NETWORK and

Matt & Laura Davis, founding partners of RENEW and the Impact Angel Network

THE BAOBAB NETWORK connects early stage tech start-ups in Sub Saharan Africa with talent and investors around the world. The company runs programmes in Kenya, Zambia, Rwanda, Ghana and South Africa and is focused on supporting early stage businesses that are using tech to solve big market problems in the finance, healthcare, agri, education and clean tech sectors. The team are in the process of expanding their global network of investors interested in the early stage tech scene in Sub Saharan Africa, to whom they offer a unique pipeline of highly vetted potential deals.

Based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, RENEW facilitates private investments in small-medium sized businesses in Africa. RENEW manages and serves the Impact Angel Network (IAN), a global collection of investors seeking financial returns whilst creating social impact. RENEW's Impact Angel Network is one of the most active private equity investors in Ethiopia. Matt & Laura have lived and worked in Africa for many years, they will provide on-the-ground updates from Ethiopia and share more about RENEW's portfolio, investment pipeline and lessons learned.

The Venue is a 2 minute walk from Tottenham Court Road station.

RSVPs are kindly requested by Wednesday 20th September 2017; please contact Nick Howle at nickhowle28@gmail.com or Tom Fairburn at tom@thebaobabnetwork.com if you have any questions


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