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 - 2011
SEAF South Balkan Fund General Director Nikola Stefanovic predicts economic challenges for Serbian entrepreneurs in 2012.
SEAF's partnership with Phuong Chau Hospital significantly improves the access to and quality of neonatal and maternity healthcare in Vietnam's Mekong Delta.
SEAF's investment in Ritseula Hesi will increase the small hydropower plant's capacity from 4 mWh to 14, improving Georgia's access to renewable energy, expanding its energy output and reducing its dependence on foreign energy.
With SEAF's support, A-Net is transforming the fragmented and unreliable internet services of the Adjara region to meet international standards of connectivity, efficiency and dependability.
The Deal discusses the birth of private equity in Colombia, highlighting SEAF's trail blazing role in this movement, a variety of SEAF's deals in the country and the first close on its follow-on fund.
Featuring metrics from SEAF's global portfolio, IRIS's first annual data report covers 463 impact investing organizations across 58 countries that collectively reach nearly 8 million clients & employ over 23,000 permanent workers.
Abhay Cotex employs a proprietary technology that conserves approximately 90% of the water and energy used during cottonseed processing, as compared to conventional methods.
SEAF lists three funds on Homestrings, an interactive web portal designed to link experienced, individual investors with promising opportunities in emerging markets that were previously only accessible to institutional investors.
Bloomberg.com highlights SEAF portfolio company Refinancia's efforts to redefine the debt collection landscape in Latin America, focusing on "amicable negotiations, rather than harassing phone calls or visits."
In an OpEd piece for The Daily Star, SEAF Bangladesh Ventures' Fahim Ahmed explores the underlying cause inhibiting the growth of Bangladesh's SMEs - access to finance - and presents a potential solution to capital constraints.
In an article discussing the "uptick in early stage investments" in India, the Economic Times highlights SEAF's recent investment in Tropilite Foods and its newly launch India Agribusiness Fund.
SEAF India Agribusiness Fund invests in one of India's few value-added food ingredients companies, supporting the growth and success of the countries agribusiness value chain.
Robert B. Zoellick, President of the World Bank, highlight's SEAF and SEAF Bangladesh Ventures in Welcome Address at IFC’s 13th Annual Global Private Equity Conference.
SEAF Bangladesh Ventures invests in SOLARIC, a developer of renewable energy technology and products for rural and urban markets in Bangladesh.
Alan Patricof discusses the critical role of SMEs in developing countries and lists SEAF as an impact investor striving to fill the gap in available financing for these small businesses.
Announcing the release of Impact Beyond Investment: SEAF’s 2011 Development Impact Report. Thorough quantitative and qualitative analysis, this report describes the social and economic impact that SMEs generate in their economies.
Financial Express discusses the growing popularity of food and farm produce companies among investors and lists SEAF India Agribusiness International Fund as an exciting new player in the India's agribusiness sector.
Fondos de inversión de SEAF, Latam Peru y Latam Growth, adquieren una participación del 22% en una compañía de servicios financieros, Financiera TFC (to read this article in English, click here).
SEAF's Latin American funds Latam Peru and Latam Growth, acquire a 22% stake in a Peruvian financial services company (para leer este artículo en español, haga clic aquí).
SEAF's Afghan Growth Finance partners with RANA Technologies to increase access to internet services in Afghanistan to 80 percent.
Travel expert Andrew Harper featured SEAF investee Titilaka in his 2011 Grand Awards issue of the Hideaway Report, which catalogs nineteen hotels based on their “exceptional character, a commitment to classic hospitality and a profound sense of place.”