The founders
we are invested in

Since 2019 we have invested in 27 fantastic founders from various countries and industries.

Get to know the founders and what they work on

Aber Luo Food Center

“We want to be a leading healthy food provider, while embracing the Luo culture.”

Founder: Aber Mercilina



“We aim to eliminate missed business opportunities for Kenya's entrepreneurs.”

Founder: Annabel Angwenyi


Swap Africa

"Swapafrica is a platform for people to exchange whatever they have in abundance for what they currently need."

Founder: Vicent Nemeyimana


Ava Juliet

“Create and capture value by offering better-told and produced films at the same price as the poorly produced ones. These films entertain, engage, excite, educate and inspire audiences.”

Founder: Nathan Magoola


Bringo Fresh

“Bringo source affordable fresh produce from farmers, sort it, pack it, and deliver it to their client's doorstep in quick time.”

Founder: David Brian Matsiko


Caplora Academy

“Caplora provides STEM learning programs for schools packaged in design thinking approaches. They back that by building their own interactive learning platform.”

Founder: Paul Oluoch


GCU Safe Highway

“Providing safe and affordable public transport on the busiest routes around Kampala.”

Founder: Philip Wakadala


Glo Inventions

“Connecting everyone to the internet with hotspots build in rural regions.”

Founder: Gloria Apio Gladys


Iscom Tradelink

"Utilizing biowaste for the production of briquettes as an alternative to environmentally damaging and unhealthy fuels."

Founder: Charles Kairu


Justev Building Systems

“Creating eco-friendly building materials and undertake both small and large scale construction projects, making the process affordable for everyone to own a house.”

Founder: Justine Owere


Madraam Engineers

“Developing a mobile solar-powered cold-room technology that gives farmers a 24h preservation shelf-life for about 3 months sufficient for them to establish potential markets, hence stabilizing their incomes.

Founder: Johnan Ahairwe


Palmoil Honey

“Enhancing the production of sustainable palm oil for cooking with permaculture farming methods.”

Founder: Deborah Munyekenye


Quick Chapati

“Building a large network of Rolex stalls throughout Kampala.”

Founder: Nathan Ssenyondo



“Production of organic fertilizer from domestic solid waste to reduce landfills and provide farmers with quality fertilizer to enhance their harvests.”

Founder: Benoit Musamyimana


San Coffee

“Bringing the coffee value chain to Rwanda and produce locally grown and roasted coffee.”

Founder: Christian Nsabemungu



“VMG builds small home gardening appliances to enable the urban population to grow their own food.”

Founder: Paul Matovu


Agrileadership Academy

“Building an academy that helps develop and empower the next generation of highly innovative, skilled and transformational agricultural entrepreneurs across sub-Saharan Africa.”

Founder: Ignatius Ahumuza


Aliac Group

“Aliac Group is adding value to wild nutritional fruits by making juices out of them - the tamarind juice for starting off.”

Founder: Abdallah Kigozi


Freida Foods

“Providing fortified, nutritious, affordable, easy-to-assimillate foods targeting the urban poor populations of Kenya.”

Founder: Faith Obange


G5 Sky Growth

“Producing the first of its kind instant Rwandan coffee in close collaboration with smallholder farmers to bring the whole value chain to Rwanda.”

Founder: Henri Carl Nsabyumukiza


Real Green Gold

“Real Green Gold produces, purchases and sells bananas in organic quality and a variety of types.”

Founder: Pacifique Nshimiyimana


Sanit wing

“Making affordable cosmetic products from avocado oil for healthy skins.”

Founder: Alexandre Nshimiyimana


Veggie Victory

“Nigeria's 1st Vegan food company – brings a healthier and more sustainable lifestyle to Nigeria through plant-based food.”

Founder: Hakeem Jimo



“For entertainment or education, we connect you with the best creators with thousands of content."

Founder: Dominic Onyekachi


Entrepreneur testimonials

“Uncap’s revenue share model means that they trust our process and the decisions we make and are long term partners. I think that Uncap are aware of the hardships that young African start-ups face, especially on the onset and are proving ready to weather the initial storm as they share in the vision after the foundations have been laid.

Annabel Angwenyi, Kazi App

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