According to bank provided information, Nomanini is raising a pre-Series B bridge round for existing and new investors to expand the team and execute on on-going and new projects in the pipeline. FMO intends to participate with a USD 500k convertible loan from the government fund MASSIF.
Headquarters in South Africa, Nomanini Holdings Proprietary Ltd. ("Nomanini", the "Company") offers technological solutions for informal retailers across Africa, allowing them to access financial services and improved access to working capital within the FMCG value chain.
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