Amid this dynamic startup ecosystem, Gullit has emerged as a key player, mentoring and investing in scaleable early-stage African tech startups. The firm has backed several fast-rising ventures such as WellaHealth, BuuPass, Qene Games and Gebeya. Gullit also finances companies through seed, pre-seed, debt acquisition, and restructuring rounds. And now, Gullit is intensifying its impact strategy.
Gullit has now opened a new office in Addis Ababa with an accelerator program for startups. They provide access to free legal and financial services as well as a 300-meter co-working space. The space comes equipped with Coding pods, a Game area, a Cafeteria, an Outdoor garden workspace, two conference rooms, and a Yoga room. Gullit also has two offices it designates to selected startups.
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