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A variety of factors have converged creating tremendous development and investment opportunities across East Africa.

01
Economics

East Africa comprises of some of Africa’s most buoyant economies. In its 2017 report, Connectivity Redefined, E&Y predicted that Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Ethiopia will all grow at an annual rate of >6% for the next 10 years. FDI into these hub economies will continue to climb, China and Britain leading the charge.

02
Demographics

Eastern Africa had an estimated population of 260 million in 2000. This is projected to reach 890 million by 2050, with an average growth rate of 2.5% per annum. By 2035, East Africa is set to have the largest working-age population anywhere in the world — larger than China or India.

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Mobile Technology

Mobile technologies have had a truly transformative effect on the lives of Africans across the continent. While the first revolution empowered large businesses, this second ICT revolution enables the creation of new business models, transforming existing markets and spurring entirely new ones.

04
Access & Connectivity

The dissemination of mobile technologies has reached a point where one can envision that most of the population in developing countries will have in their hands smartphones capable of connecting them to people, markets, and services, and not radically different to those living in developed countries.

05
Costs to Innovate

Required materials & resources are free or low-cost, development teams are smaller, and new services deliver terrific value in the cloud via features, data, network effects, & APIs. Marketing costs are lower, due to a variety of broadly-available, low-cost, online distribution channels, which can be used in more measurable and predictable ways than ever before.

04
Human Interface Design

As a result of expanding access and falling costs of innovation, solutions are becoming more and more user friendly in a bid for more market share. This allows people with limited education to search for and manipulate information; transact in multiple virtual spaces; and substitute services for goods in economic activities.  

    SEA is an L3C that builds industry-specific social enterprise accelerators to scale the impact of innovative market-based solutions and generate deal flow for impact-oriented investors.

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