Youth Opportunities: Entrepreneurship & Innovation Post-Pandemic
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Do you want to start your own business? Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? If you want to turn your ideas into reality you need: the right tools, the right resources and the right community.
At the height of the pandemic, without cutting-edge solutions in the tech industry, many companies may have had to shut down altogether.
?Learn about some of the opportunities for youth entrepreneurship and what the lasting solutions will be.
Kiki Mwiti will tell you which technologies are going to be around for a while, and which ones may not have a lasting impact. Kiki is the founder and CEO of Diversity & Inclusion Platform & Digital Community for Investors and Startups (DYVVYD). She will teach you how to build and engage a community around your idea and what skills you need to be successful.
You will learn:
✅ What skills you need to be a successful entrepreneur
✅ Why you need to build a community
✅ How to find and connect with mentors
✅ What the new tech trends are after the pandemic
✅ How to validate your idea on a low budget
✅ How to pitch to an investor
✅ Is your product ready for Silicon Valley?
More about Kiki:
Kiki Mwiti is the Founder and CEO of DYVVYD (divvied, diversified), which is the tech industry’s 1st D&I investment platform and digital community for investors and startups. DYVVYD leverages Data, A.I and Machine Learning to provide overlooked and often underestimated founders the power to access capital. The platform targets investors who are “ahead of the curve” in terms of prioritizing investments in underrepresented founders—such as women, people of color, LGBTQIA and older founders and provides a digital community where both investors and founders can be introduced foregoing barriers such as the warm intro or elite network. DYVVYD is intentional on closing the funding gap for women & minorities by digitizing investor relations specifically for these specific groups only, via introductions & deal flow, making recommendations based on activity/interaction and collecting data against successful connection points. Her work pushing for inclusion in the tech industry has been featured in Forbes, The LA Times, CBS Bay Area News, Information Weekly + more, sharing her perspectives with the audiences of the Women in Tech Awards/Silicon Valley, Global Skills Day, the WOCCON Conference, SummerFest + more.
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