Singapore firm Patamar Capital to invest $10m in Pakistan

Patamar is currently investing in South Asia and Southeast Asia, in the developing countries mostly, through multiple funds. 

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  • Patamar Capital is Singapore’s leading Series A & B venture capital firm.
  • They are committed to enhancing the ‘impact and entrepreneurial landscape’ of developing countries.
  • As per available reports, the firm will be investing $10 million in Pakistani companies during the course of the next few years.
  • Dutch companies also eye on business opportunities in Pakistan.

In another positive and optimistic development, Patamar Capital, Singapore’s leading Series A & B venture capital firm, intends to explore business opportunities in Pakistan. According to available reports and an issued statement, the firm will be investing $10 million in Pakistani companies during the course of the next few years.

SEED Ventures and Patamar Capital are two leading impact investor and ecosystem development organization. They are committed to enhancing the ‘impact and entrepreneurial landscape’ of developing countries. Both have recently joined hands and are collaborating, the said statement further added.

 

Patamar is currently investing in South Asia and Southeast Asia, in the developing countries mostly, through multiple funds.

Dutch companies eye on investing in Pakistan as well:

Dutch Ambassador Wouter Plomp and Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research met recently and decided to jointly work on agricultural, poultry, dairy and crops sector.

Speaking on Pakistan’s potential, Federal Minister Mehboob Sultan said: “We have set an ambitious target of processing 30% of milk in the next 5 years, which currently is only 5%”.

Dutch ambassador responded that dairy companies have already been collaborating with Pakistan in the past as well. And in the future, there exists a great potential. Both countries should work on exploring new techniques, exchange of technology and building new potential.

Wouter Plomp further said that nine Dutch companies are interested in investing in Pakistan’s poultry and dairy sector.


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