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  • Date/Time
    Date(s) - 22/09/2017
    9:30 am - 12:00 pm

  • Speaker 1:

    Faaizah Marden
    Founder & CEO at Futurpreneur Africa Co. Ltd, Entrepreneur & Motivational Speaker

    Faaizah MARDEN is on a mission to help entrepreneur build and grow profitable business with an innovation touch. Consultant in Communication, PR & Event, she has a unique 13 years background in communication, leadership, project management, strategic planning, and business development which provides her clients with unique advantages. She awarded the AFRICAN WOMEN LEADERSHIP AWARD 2013 for woman who has business acumen, flair, and vision. She is also a member of Mauritius Institute of Directors (MIoD), Women in Networking (WIN) & Women in Politics (WIP). Faaizah MARDEN is the creator of Futurpreneur TALKS. She is dedicated to advancing entrepreneurs and led-businesses in Mauritius and worldwide. Her impact on “Business growth” formula has inspired and empowered thousands of women to pursue their professional passion and move beyond. Together, let’s put Innovation above competition creating a future-entrepreneur hub empowering entrepreneur and the young generation implementing innovation in businesses, creating employment and reducing poverty in Mauritius.

    Speaker 2:

    Christian Minerve
    Managing director, PCG IT Solutions Ltd

    Christian is one of our first members who joined the community of Saint Pierre in March 2017. Christian Minerve is a holder of a B. Eng (Hons) Computer Engg. And an MBA Spec. Marketing. Mr Minerve has over 15 years of experience in the field of ICT (Software / software development) in multinationals such as Accenture and Ceridian. In doing so, Mr Minerve has worked extensively on international projects in Paris (France), Winnipeg-MB (Canada) and Windhoek (Namibia).

    “I wish the implementation in the near future of:- Crowdfunding to finance social projects (such as to eradicate the problem of the “digital divide”  in Maurice)
    ‘Business facilitation framework’ for a sector of high value-added Service of kind as what we can serve the African market.
    Besides, the development of the country depends on our Human resources and the local companies would have to raise awareness of their employees on the benefits of physical activity on their health!’, Christian Minerve.

    Speaker 3:

    Zulaika Sunthbocus
    Managing Director, Spoon Consulting Ltd

    Born in Mauritius, I begun my school days at Loreto Convent Port Louis and joined the Queen Elizabeth college for my secondary studies.
    A French scholarship after my HSC brought me first to Reunion island where I did a D.E.U.G in Economy.
    I decided to change and chose to study Computer Science hardly recommended by my visionary father.
    I spent four years in university of Montpellier where I obtained my degree in Information Technology.

    I began my career as an Analyst Programmer in Paris. My professional motivations were so obvious that my managers made a proposition completely aligned with my ambitions.

    I had training on ‘Oracle ERP’, integrated applications to manage information systems. I got a great opportunity to join PricewaterhouseCoopers and to become an IT consultant accompanying my clients throughout the world, to implement their information system based on the Oracle e- Business Suite technologies.

    In May 2005, I come back to my native country and in October we launch Spoon Consulting Ltd with 2 partners.
    Spoon Consulting is now one of the most innovative IT software development company of Mauritius counting more than 80 Mauritian employees and offering our services on high level technologies like Cloud Computing.

    I have also taken this opportunity to take advantage of the wonderful leisures of Mauritius as a paradise island, now practicing Scuba Diving, Golf, hiking, etc.



  • Location
    African Leadership University

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