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Future Is Female Mentorship Program selects 25 African female-founded startups for PR mentorship

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Twenty-five African female-founded tech startups have been selected to participate in the second edition of The Future is Female Mentorship Programme.

The programme seeks to provide them with insights into the fundamentals of PR and communications and help them understand how to leverage this knowledge to gain visibility and build their brand.

The Future is Female Mentorship Program is a PR and communications mentorship program by C.Moore Media International Public Relations (CMM), designed exclusively to the business development needs of African Tech female founders.

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 The inaugural edition of The Future is Female Mentorship Program was launched in 2020 to provide African female tech founders of early-stage startups with PR and communications expertise, knowledge, and insights to help grow their business and gain more visibility to attract customers, investors, and strategic partnerships, the programme selected 12 startups for its 2020 cohort.

From 180 applications for the 2021 edition ,25 mentees have been selected across the continent, including 8 from Nigeria, namely Joanne Osuchukwu of Hlink, Ifedolapo Lawal of Afrinovate Technology, Adaobi Eneh of RoboRep, Ibironke Yekinni of Testify, Wunmi Akinsola of Fashtracker, Olarenwaju Erogbogbo of Doing Good Work in Africa, Kosi Ejieji of MyChassis, and Tale Alimi of Owoafara.

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Five representatives from South Africa including, Thato Schermer from Zoie Health, Gugu Kheswa of Hello Africa Travel, Joshna Nagar of APJ Technologies, Siyanda Mpambani from Pink Torque Projects, and Noxolo Fani of Platform Excel.

 There are two from Rwanda – Nisingizwe Joselyn of Smart Ikigega Project and Eva Barasa of Valley Hub, and two from Kenya, namely Nancy Passiany of Veesh Africa and Cathy Chepkemboi of Tushop.

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Others include, Prisca Magori, Tenten Explore (Tanzania); Marly Diallo, BRT Energy (Guinea); Selma Ndi Ekfvei, Data Girl Technologies (Cameroon), Fatou Gning, Amal Crowdfunding (Senegal); Heba Eldessouky, As Good AS New (Egypt); Rebecca Nanono, Shetechtive (Uganda); Nadege Bolingo, Connecticut Institute for Social Entrepreneurship (DRC); and Setsabile Mkhabela, Boast-ID (Eswat

CMM’s managing director and founder Claudine Moore, alongside AfricaCommsWeek’s founders, will lead group masterclass sessions for the selected mentees and participate in Q&A sessions.  AfricaCommsWeek will also support CMM in creating content for the customised sessions taking place over three months. The sessions will offer insights into PR and communications fundamentals for early-stage tech startups, including creating a communications plan, corporate storytelling, media relations and more.

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Milcah Lukhanyu
Milcah Lukhanyuhttps://techmoran.com
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