In this episode Tuti Mwambenja, shares Angel investor insights, based on her experience doing business in Tanzania. Tuti takes us through lessons from her travels across the continent and some insights on e-commerce and credit in East Africa.
Tuti Mwambenja is the Country Director for World Business Angels Investment Forum in Tanzania. She has been involved in the Tourism industry in Tanzania.
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