30 Jul 2018

Tulaa ‐a credit platform for smallholder farmers ‐ has announced that it recently closed a seed round of $627,000. “Tulaa, a platform for smallholder farmers to access inputs, credit and markets in Kenya, announced today [24/07/2018] a seed round of investment of $627,000 led by AHL Venture Partners,” wrote Tulaa. The round, which Tulaa says […]

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30Jul2018

In a move that is expected to bolster expansion plans and further the development of the platform’s technology, Kenyan Agri-Tech/Fin-Tech enterprise, Tulaa, has secured a seed round investment reported to be in the region of USD 627 K. The latest funding round for the Kenyan startup which has set its sights on empowering smallholder farmers […]

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30Jul2018

Nairobi-based fintech platform Tulaa has closed a $627 000 seed round led by Canadian impact investor AHL Venture (Partners. Tulaa, which was founded by CEO Hillary Miller-Wise in July last year, provides smallholder farmers in Kenya with access to inputs, credit and markets. The startup announced the investment yesterday in a statement on LinkedIn. The […]

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30Jul2018

Tulaa, a Kenyan fintech startup for smallholder farmers, has raised $627k in seed funding in a round led by AHL Venture Partners, one of the largest impact-focused venture capital firms in Africa. The oversubscribed round also attracted investment from other impact investment funds Global Partnerships/Eleos Social Venture Fund, Beyond Capital, and Rafiki Ventures. Tulaa uses […]

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19Jul2017

Esoko, a pioneering social enterprise in the field of mobile agriculture, is pleased to announce that it has restructured the company and spun-off its m-commerce and data collection businesses into two new companies. This new structure allows for greater focus and growth in divergent products developed by Esoko. Tulaa, the new mobile commerce business, enables […]

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4Apr2017

Photo: Nana Yaa receives a brand new mobile phone, as part of the Fasiba loyalty promotion. Nana Yaa Tuah is from Techiman, in the Brong Ahafo Rehion of Ghana. She registered onto Fasiba in November 2016, and was the first person to lay away money on the platform. She opted for the maize standard pack […]

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