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Introducing Sufficient Capital: Let’s invest together in the future of digital commerce in Africa. - Shared screen with speaker view
Paul Bomani
03:00
Thanks! Glad to be here.
Cal Blake
12:56
Will you share these slides?
Cal Blake
13:42
Thanks!
Cal Blake
41:19
What’s the min for the cohort SPV?
Cal Blake
42:09
thanks
Tunde Salako
44:05
Curious to know is there a founder side to this ecosystem?Meaning for founders who are looking for opportunities and in the same vein want to invest in tech startups within the continent
Jake Kendall
44:39
We have a number of founders who have been invited to join and generally we thing its great.
Cal Blake
45:20
Can you talk a little about the nuts and bolts of custody of shares and governance in all these different countries?
Jake Kendall
45:20
We are also considering formalizing that so that founders who are investing as angels could propose to put their deals in front of sufficient capital.
Cal Blake
45:37
(corporate governance)
Galaxy A6
46:09
Is there room for early stage founders to pitch you guy anytime?
Jake Kendall
46:24
Yes, early stage founders should feel free to reach out any time.
Jake Kendall
46:40
pitch@dfslab.net
Cal Blake
49:16
Do you have a target raise for each cohort SPV? (fund size for each vintage)
Cal Blake
51:20
Thanks!
Aondoyima Ieeve
51:58
1. How long does it take to get back the initial investment and is there a limit to how much one can invest and if so, how much is it.2. What if I want to reinvest my initial investment?
Jake Kendall
54:02
1 - venture investing is highly risky and you should not invest anything you are not prepared to lose. Investments that do pay off can take years to mature.
Jake Kendall
54:19
2 - yes, you are free to reinvest but you would have to do it through a new SPV.