Start by Triift Africa is for students and recent graduates in Africa, connecting them with a platform to save, access finance, resources and a community they need to build successful businesses, create jobs, and impact their local community.
With over 11 million young Africans entering the labor market each year but only 3 million formal jobs available, we are here to provide financing and support to help these entrepreneurs thrive and reduce unemployment.
Who is this for?
Students of any higher institution across Africa or recent graduates who graduated not more than 3 years ago who plan to start or already own a business that operates anywhere within Africa.
What we offer
Join the Next Bootcamp
This 8 weeks virtual program provides access to a larger network, funding, expert led teaching sessions and training on how to use technology to start and grow a profitable, impactful and sustainable business.
Request for funding
Need cash to stock up, finance an invoice, upgrade your equipment, open a new store, hire more hands, or expand your business? Focus on growing your business, while we provide you with the finance that keeps you running smoothly.
Join Our Community
Grow together with a community designed to help you thrive. Build rich relationships, learn from shared growth experiences, and grow your business with expert tips from growing business founders like yourself.
Resources and Templates
All you need to start , run , and grow your business. From marketing to business finance, and more, Never be lost again with rich courses, resources and templates built to help you unleash next level business growth.
“I took a loan from Triift Africa to buy an oven and bulk materials for my fish roll business. The funding made it easier for me to expand my business and match with the demand I was getting. I really liked that the loan was structured in a way that truly supported my growth with a reasonable interest rate and flexible repayment terms.”
— Oluwanifemi Samuel (Nifty Cakes and More), Ambrose Alli University
“When I was in 300 level, I got funding from Triift Africa to get a camera.
My photography gig was helping to cover my tuition, living expenses and support my parents and siblings back home. However, I didn’t own a camera. I always borrowed a camera to work (or rent sometimes). The limitations for not having a readily available camera at my disposal were that I was missing out on some gigs and I was barely experienced because I couldn’t always practice my learnings. The finance from Triift Africa really changed my story as it impacted my growth and career.”
— Elijah Adesina (Elight Pictures), University of Ilorin.