Alluvial Agriculture had developed a platform to support smallholder farmers in Africa. New Markets defined the company’s narrative through a business plan, pitch decks, investor briefings, and then built awareness via media, social media, events and networking with appropriate influencers and investors. As a direct result, Alluvial in October 2020 entered a partnership with the Mastercard Foundation, which provided $20.4 million to scale the project to benefit 3m people.
“New Markets Media & Intelligence has been critical to our success as a business, from helping us to identify our unique narrative to building highly professional investor documents, introducing us to appropriate investors and making our company known through media coverage, conferences and social media. New Markets’ work has been truly invaluable in taking Alluvial to the next level of scaling and delivering our full potential. We look forward to working with New Markets on further projects. I have no hesitation in recommending their services.”
Dimieari Von Kemedi, Managing Director, Alluvial Agriculture
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