Platform Capital deploys patient, value accretive capital alongside international and local value investors to create champion businesses with the potential for regional or global scale
Our goal is to help solve the biggest global development challenges by investing capital to support private sector growth and innovation that moves Africa forward, helps change the African narrative, and entrenches gender diversity.
Countries of operation
05Continents around the globe
50+Regions around the world
20Physical presence around the globe
We have Investments in over 8 countries and 8 offices Globally with a strong pipeline of opportunities covering 15 countriesLearn more
We provide long-term capital to our investee companies, and work with them to achieve their goals. We believe long-term capital offers stability to the business, and allows the entrepreneur to focus on delivering the vision.Learn more about us
We offer a solution driven, investment and advisory business. Our holistic approach towards identifying opportunities, structuring, negotiations, capital raise and active management makes us a unique partner across all our engagements.Learn more about us
We leverage our senior leadership team’s experience across multiple sectors and geographies coupled with our investpreneurship skillset to manage third-party businesses and assets as fiduciaries.Learn more about us
Technology is now at the forefront of Africa’s education system which has deteriorated over the years.
Access to healthcare in Africa remains a challenge in the region and also with the transitioning to technology.
The future of Africa’s financial services would involve digital technology, less customer interface and automating back-end operations .
Food value chain
We believe the agriculture sector in Africa forms a significant portion of 17 economies of all 54 sectors.
Logistics and Mobility
The deficit in transportation and the limited availability of means of transportation in Africa creates an opportunity for more.
Despite the crash in global oil & gas prices, we believe that any long-term investment in this sector will remain fruitful for the next 100 yrs.
Africa is positioned to be the world’s next industrial centre with low labour cost, a growing skilled labour force.
The COVID-19 pandemic has triggered a high demand for technology solutions and a surge in the consumption of digital content.
The housing deficit is high in the African Continent due to its high population growth, urbanization, rising cost and poor planning.