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Joint Venture

Among the most significant benefits derived from joint ventures is that parties to the venture save money and reduce their risks through capital and resource sharing. Joint ventures also give smaller companies the chance to work with larger ones to develop, manufacture, and market new products.

We maintain active relationships with numerous institutional investors, including major investment funds, family funds, private equity groups, VCs, regional commercial banks, Non-bank lenders and hedge funds. Our clients are guided through the financing process, enabling management to focus on day-to-day operations. For companies seeking a broad range of financing alternatives, PRINCELINK VENTURES arranges for Joint venture, Equity partner and/or Debt through its relationships with institutional and private investors. Our private placement abilities have enabled our clients to expand effect ownership transitions, recapitalize and acquire other companies.

Princelink Ventures will walk with you to make sure you get the best Joint Venture partner in your Business or Project. contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.


Equity Partner

Equity Partner

There are various types of equity financing, Princelink Ventures Ltd  has a wide range of investors. Here are some of the more common types of financing, and how each of them work. Each entrepreneur has different needs, and so it is up to you to determine what is right for you.


Equity participation is the ownership of shares in a company or property. Equity participation may involve the purchase of shares through options or by allowing partial ownership in exchange for financing. The greater the equity Participation rate, the higher the percentage of shares owned by stakeholders. Allowing stakeholders to own shares ties the stakeholders' success with that of the company or property. In this case, a more profitable company will provide stakeholders with greater gains.


This type of investment usually follows as the next step. It involves significantly more money and virtually always requires the investors to be involved in part of the overall running of the company and its decision making process. The average range for this step is often in the 6 figure range, and is invested as a type of Private Equity. Obviously, the overall aim is that the investors will generate a good return via the growth of the company and ideally the eventual Initial Public Offering (IPO) of the company. Venture Capital Investments are usually made in exchange for a percentage of the company's shares, which will provide a strong return on investment if the company is successful.

Other types of investment funding methods for businesses in their later stages include Hedge Funds and Collective Investments.

NB: Working with a good equity partner is probably the most important decision you can make for your real estate project. This person or group is your business partner. Not only is his capital critical to the success of the property, but a good equity partner may provide additional capital to help your property “weather the storm” if things don’t go as well as expected.

Start-up Business Support

Start-up Business Support

Much like a planted seed is what turns a field of potential into acres of cash-yielding crops, seed capital is the funding that brings a business from the idea stage to its launch

In the initial stage of development, companies need seed capital - money that is often used to conduct market research, build a product prototype and pay company expenses - while their business gains momentum. Private investors, often called business angels or angel investors, provide this first round of funding since securing a loan and gaining capital is hard for new and first-time business owners.

Since the amount is usually small (generally under £50,000) and usually only covers the business’ initial objectives, business angels are more likely to invest seed capital than banks or venture capitalists in exchange for some control in the company’s operations and financial decisions.

Once seed capital is in place, however, and the business begins to grow, business owners have an easier time seeking venture capital, funding that ranges upward of £100,000, where the business investors at that point will usually own shares and have a stake in running the company

By getting in touch with business angels through Princelink Venture Ltd, entrepreneurs can seize these initial funding opportunities, such as seed capital, and get their business ideas on the right track.

Asset Management



Small-scale farming is the principal source of livelihood for many in Kenya. Agriculture provides 71 percent of employment and accounts for over 25 percent of Kenya‘s GDP. One of the best ways to increase the incomes and food security of these small-scale farmers is for them to irrigate their land. Appropriate irrigation technologies enable farmers to grow multiple cycles of high-value crops throughout the year, generate higher yields, and most importantly, harvest and sell their crops in the dry season when prices are higher. Irrigated crops in the off-season sell for as much as 10 times more per kilogram than rain-fed crops.

Around 800,000 rural farming families (or around 4 million people) in Kenya could benefit from using pumps. Despite the relatively low cost of this pumps, however, they are still beyond the reach of many poor farmers who often have irregular incomes and find it difficult to pay the large up-front cost of the pump and maintenance i.e. Buying diesel, service ,expertise, pipes just but to name a few.


The solution: Creative financing options to expand technology access for small-scale farmers


As  FarmBoost we have a permanent solution to all this. We finance 100% to women and youth groups across the country.

With our Agronomists and financial experts on board we educate farmer on the new ways of farming and how to make money through farming. Encouraging farmers to start doing Agribusiness from doing Agriculture.


What you need:


  • You need to be in a group of not less than seven people
  • You must have an active account with a treasurer
  • If you have the land then you must present the Title deed and other necessary documentations to prove ownership. Not as collateral
  •  Personal property items (such as machinery) if you have any
  • Map of fields/cropping
  • Lease agreements for properties to be farmed
  • Insurance policies for your project
  • plan including marketing plan, long-range changes, pattern of ownership, planned purchases and sales of the produce.
  • Do you owe income tax on income received or assets already sold? This should show up on balance sheets and income statements.
  • NO upfront fees
  • No collateral  

The potential: impact and implications

Our financing systems give a poorer segment of farmers access to the same tools as their wealthier counterparts. Access to these funds promotes higher earnings and more secure livelihoods.

We will be in partnership for a minimum of two seasons their after we will exit leaving one of our Agronomist and a financial expert to stay with the group for a minimum of three seasons to make sure the group masters the rhythm. We will then exit completely leaving all the machineries and equipments with the group.

Kindly follow the link or copy and paste it in a new browser to submit your project instantly  and one our team member will contact you http://www.princelinkventures.com/index.php/2014-07-22-15-15-27/looking-for-funding

or email us at ; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call +254204409832 for more information


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