In the Media: Darlene Menzies and FinFind at the World Economic Forum (more)

Darlene Menzies of FinFind was nominated by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as one of the best emerging female technology executives.

WEF said its second annual search for Africa’s best women technology entrepreneurs had discovered “a wealth of female entrepreneurial talent in the region”.

Six of these entrepreneurs have been chosen to participate at the forum on Africa 2017 being held in Durban from Wednesday to Friday, May 3-5, under the theme “Achieving inclusive growth through responsive and responsible leadership”.

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Interview with Darlene Menzies of FinFind.

Two SA women shine as WEF tech stars

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has selected six women as Africa’s Breakthrough Female Tech Entrepreneurs of 2017, two of which are South African.

The winners are joining the 2017 World Economic Forum on Africa, taking place in Durban. The six women will contribute to discussions and help generate action plans that boost entrepreneurship in Africa.

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6 top African female innovators for 2017 (see how many Nigerians made the list)

Six dynamic young women have been recognized as Africa’s top female innovators in 2017.

These women are innovators from a range of field including agriculture, health, solar power and others. They are from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Uganda.

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Ugandan Female Tech Entrepreneur Named Among the ‘Best African Female Tech Entrepreneurs’ by WEF

Six female tech entrepreneurs from South Africa (2), Nigeria (2), Kenya (1), and Uganda (1) have been selected as the best emerging female technology executives at the second annual search for Africa’s next generation of top female technology innovators and entrepreneurs ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa which is scheduled to be held on 3rd to 5th May in South Africa, under the theme “Achieving Inclusive Growth”.

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Nigeria tops list of 6 African female innovators for 2017

Six dynamic young women have been recognized as Africa’s top female innovators in 2017. These women are innovators from a range of field including agriculture, health, solar power and others. They are from South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Uganda.

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Ugandan Female Tech Entrepreneur Named Among the ‘Best African Female Tech Entrepreneurs’ by WEF

Six female tech entrepreneurs from South Africa (2), Nigeria (2), Kenya (1), and Uganda (1) have been selected as the best emerging female technology executives at the second annual search for Africa’s next generation of top female technology innovators and entrepreneurs ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa which is scheduled to be held on 3rd to 5th May in South Africa, under the theme “Achieving Inclusive Growth”.

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Ugandan- Esther Karwera named among the six women driving change in Africa

Esther Karwera , is among the six female entrepreneurs selected by World Economic Forum for playing a positive role in creating opportunities and preparing the region for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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Africa: Best African Female Tech Entrepreneurs Named –WEF

Durban — TWO entrepreneurs from the host country, a similar number from Nigeria and two from the East African region have been selected as the best emerging female technology executives ahead of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa held in South Africa. South Africa’s Darlene Menzies, whose FinFind innovation aims to remove a major bottleneck to Africa’s growth, and Aisha Pandor, whose SweepSouth has created employment opportunities for 3 000 domestic cleaners since it was founded in June 2014, have been selected.

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Nigeria and South Africa top the list of WEF’s female innovators in Africa for 2017

The 27th edition of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa is currently taking place in Durban, South Africa from the 3rd to 5th of May 2017. The winners of the WEF 2017 search for the top female innovators in Africa have been selected and they will be contributing to discussions and generating action plans – that will boost entrepreneurship in Africa. In this second edition, six winners were selected as opposed to five winners selected last year.

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