BPSC is a software provider that developed a new generation of ERP software that offers functionality on par with western products but at a lower price.
SEAF News Archive - 2010
SEAF's Bangladesh fund makes its first investment in the country in a leading software solutions developer.
SEAF launches a new, user-friendly website to better support its growing presence in emerging markets and to provide its partners and colleagues with dependable, current and insightful information.
SEAF Bangladesh Ventures receives high praise from the governor of the Bangladeshi central bank. The launch ceremony is covered in this FE Report.
SEAF launches the first finance company to focus exclusively on providing risk capital of less than $0.5M per investment to Bangladeshi SMEs.
SEAF's Héctor Cateriano is interviewed by El Megáfono, the monthly periodical released by the popular Colombian restaurant Andrés Carne de Res. (Spanish)
The New York Times features SEAF-investee Rcheuli in an article that discusses the new wave of development in the Georgian port city of Batumi.
SEAF partners with an historic Polish book distributor to expand operations, enhance relationship with publishers, and improve its online retail platform.
SEAF provide a Peruvian product processor and exporter with critical working capital to finance the harvest and export season. Sunshine Exports supports more than 450 local farmers and employs over 3,000 workers.
The SEAF SME Debt Facility invests in a Peruvian integrated distribution logistics firm to expand the company’s warehouse capacity, meet growing demand, and double its capacity in a sector crucial to the development of Peru’s economy.
SEAF establishes a new global facility to provide working capital for growth-oriented small and medium enterprises (SMEs) around the world, focusing on mobilizing debt investments to SMEs throughout emerging markets.
SEAF launches a new risk capital fund to invest in promising SMEs around the globe. The new USD 5 million equity facility is financed by the Calvert Group through the Calvert Large Cap Growth Fund.
Slides from SEAF’s event, hosted on March 25, 2010, that profiles the efforts of our Afghan Growth Finance towards promoting security in the region through SME investing.
SEAF co-hosts The Global Forum on Impact Investing, which argues that it is possible to both make a profit and promote social change to the developing world in addition to exploring how existing barriers to impact investing can be removed.
FAO's report explores agricultural investment funds as a vehicle for financing agricultural projects in developing and transition countries. The report features SEAF's global track record and our Georgia Regional Development Fund.