Leveraging Our Investment Experiences to Bridge Female Entrepreneurship Financing Gap, One Woman at a Time.
What We Do
With African female business owners to determine and address the challenges they encounter in running their business
African female business owners on how to build scalable best-in-class businesses and to be investor-ready
African female-owned businesses to be market leaders
“A $300 billion gap in financing exists for formal, women-owned small businesses, and more than 70 percent of women-owned small and medium enterprises have inadequate or no access to financial services.” ― Ifc.org
ImpactHER is an impact driven nonprofit organization that seeks to empower African female entrepreneurs by bridging the gender business financing gap so as to help African female entrepreneurs realize their full economic potential.
Our ultimate goal is to utilize our institutional investing experience to prepare best-in-class African female market leaders.
We do this by training African female entrepreneurs on how to build scalable businesses and access institutional investors.
We believe that empowering African women entrepreneurs is critical to building the African economy and spurring economic growth.
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ImpactHER has trained over 16,000 African female entrepreneurs, that own small and medium-sized businesses, across 52 African countries.