Seed Co source more liquidity on Botswana bourse

Seed Co source more liquidity on Botswana bourse

Seed Co International the pan Africa seed manufacturer has listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange Limited (BSEL) to strengthen and enhance visibility of the company’s brand and regional operations.

According to the company the listing is expected to unlocking shareholder value, enhancing capacity to raise capital to finance growth and expansion opportunities in the seed business in Africa and beyond; In addition, spur growth and preserve shareholder value by creating liquidity for the trading and valuation of the company’s shares.

“This reinforces the value of listing companies on the exchange as this listing reiterates that for companies that wish to raise capital or increase visibility in the market,” said Thapelo Tsheole, Chief Executive Officer of BSEL.

Seed Co International has registered operations in Botswana, Rwanda, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya,Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Nigeria; The company’s products are also currently being distributed in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Ethiopia, Lesotho, Swaziland and Uganda.

The seed manufacturer runs the largest single out-grower scheme in the seed business in Africa and has the most extensive network of farmers, infrastructure, resources, geographical reach and know-how.

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