Small Enterprise Assistance Funds (SEAF) announced the launch of a new, user-friendly website today. SEAF has restructured its website to better support its growing presence in emerging markets around the world. The new website will enable the emerging markets investment group to more easily communicate with its investors, partners, entrepreneurs, and friends, sharing news, updates, and information. SEAF is constantly growing and looking for new opportunities and the organization is pleased that it has a platform from which to share both its accomplishments and its new ventures. SEAF’s new site will provide its partners and colleagues with a dependable, current, and insightful window into its operations.
SEAF has added several new features to its website, including:
- A growing portfolio of investee company profiles, detailing investments across a range of industries and geographies
- Profiles of 23 active and fully-exited SEAF investment vehicles, including funds, facilities and finance companies
- Graphics outlining of SEAF’s growth and its investment profile
- Descriptions of the various types of risk capital SEAF provides to small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
- Details on the extensive business assistance SEAF offers in portfolio companies
- An overview of SEAF’s entrepreneurship program, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Executive Development
- Information on SEAF’s development impact, both in terms of who SEAF reaches and how SEAF measures it
- SEAF’s Development Impact Reports, compiled through extensive data collection and case study analysis
SEAF provides growth capital and business support to SMEs in developing countries. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., SEAF manages investment funds in emerging markets through a network of offices around the world. SEAF supports the sustainable growth of SMEs through structured debt and equity capital and extensive post-investment business assistance. SEAF’s more than 20 years of experience investing in over 335 companies have permitted it to effectively and efficiently deploy growth capital to SMEs in emerging markets where companies are underserved by traditional sources of capital.