Join Hilda Moraa, one of Kenya’s top women entrepreneurs for a mentorship session on Co-founder dating. Hilda will deliver a series of mentorship sessions on various issues about building a successful startup!
The first session: Series #1: Co-founder dating: How to find the right Co-founders for your startups! will run on Saturday 23rd April at @iBizAfrica.
It’s all about the People! You think you have a good idea? It’s not good enough without the right co-founder(s) and team, for the “startup marriage” and your idea to flourish. Many early stage startups or aspiring entrepreneurs are held back by the process involved in finding the right partner and team. Not knowing;
When and Where to start looking?
How will you know he/she is the right person to join your “startup marriage”?
How do you go about the process and build relationship?
Join us at iBizAfrica Incubation Centre. Strathmore University on 23rd April 2016, 10am-12:30pm to hear from one of our mentors Hilda Moraa, a successful young tech entrepreneur & Former Weza Tele CEO, who will be leading this discussion and having an engaging peer mentorship session with the participants attending this event. Sign up here to confirm your attendance!
About Hilda Moraa
Hilda is the Founder and former CEO of Weza Tele Ltd, a leading mobile service provider startup in the Fintech space that was acquired in 2015 for more than $1.5M. Hilda has more than 5 years diverse experience in entrepreneurship and developing and scaling startups and innovations across East Africa. Prior to Weza Tele, Hilda spent 5 years in the private sector working for global multi nationals to the likes of Coca-Cola where she was in charge of managing innovations in the supply & distribution value chain. Hilda was also part of the founding team of iHub Research where she led the research strategy across East and West Africa. In the past she has incredulously won various awards and fellowship programs globally e.g. Indiafrica and Oxford.In 2015 she was also featured as one of the top 40 under 40 women by Business Daily. She also has an Msc in entrepreneurship and Degree in Business Information Technology from Strathmore University.
She has continued to champion the local tech scene in Kenya by supporting and mentoring other young techpreneurs through sharing her lessons and entrepreneurial knowledge, experiences in inspiring ways such as through her first book “A Kenyan Startup Journey- 10 Key Lessons I learnt” . She was also a key note speaker at the Global Entrepreneurship summit 2015 and Pivot East 2015.