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GVI-Pranary Business school strategic partnership ( GVI- Africa ).

GVI (Gold Venture Investments) and Pranary Business School have signed an agreement to facilitate startup funding and expansion between Southern Africa and Europe. GVI is an Israel-based organisation that supports entrepreneurs, startups and partners in its network of 30+ countries.

Pranary Business school is an edtech company that makes business education practical. Pranary teaches entrepreneurs how to launch and raise investments and connects its students and partners with investors and collaborators.

The agreement was signed by GVI founder and CEO Mr Kobi (Jacob) Kalderon and Pranary CEO and Founder Mr Sandras Phiri.

“We’re happy to partner with GVI as this will assist startups in Southern Africa to connect with investors and soft landing partners in Europe and across the world,” Phiri said. “As a practical business school we facilitate investments for our students and alumni who come from over 50 countries globally. Our partnership with GVI adds a large number of investors to our network and we’re happy to assist startups and investors from other parts of the world to expand to Southern Africa,” Phiri continued.

“GVI can assist African start-ups to expand their business via GVI global network and assist them in follow on investment rounds,” Kalderon said.

GVI founder Mr Kobi (Jacob) Kalderon represents VCs based in Israel through ROAD 2 and VCs from Europe and USA that looking for promising companies around the world.

“We believe in partnerships that are mutually beneficial and so we have partners in over 30 countries,” Kalderon continued.

About Pranary: Pranary is the practical business school for entrepreneurs. It enables founders and early-stage startups to launch and scale their startups.

About GVI:. GVI is a global investment banking company based in Israel and Europe( Austria/ Bulgaria ), running an Incubator in Israel, and cooperating with accelerators across the world.

GVI cooperates with GVI's international partners in 30 countries (Israel, Europe, LATAM, USA, Asia, Africa ) that manage groups of Investors and assist the start-ups companies in fundraising and global expansion.


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