Start-Up Africa with Desiree Joule-AdamOn air: 10AM Thursday
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ProgrammeThe innovative start-up culture and ecosystems
BioDesiree is an Entrepreneur, Creative Thinker, Motivational Speaker and Mentor. With a career spanning 25 years, Desiree has worked in various industries from Healthcare to Hospitality, Education, Telecommunications and Media.
With her passion for women, business and technology, she co-founded iProtégé, a virtual and face-to-face eco-system of women who have ideas for business but are not sure how to get them off the ground. They work collectively to map, incubate and hatch these ideas.
She is an advocate for African Women in Leadership and often works with local Councils and Social Enterprise Initiatives in UK and abroad in a voluntary capacity to support and mentor women and today’s young people.
She holds a Foundation Degree in Media, TV & Journalism from Birkbeck, University of London and Leadership Development and Counselling Certificates.
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