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UK Convention’s Flashback: What makes African startups investable? By Alysia Silberg

DAY 01 | FRIDAY, 13TH SEPTEMBER 2019 – At London Hilton on Park Lane 22 Park Lane, London.
Main theme: “UNLOCKING UGANDA’S INVESTMENT POTENTIAL” | Sub theme: “Fintech – Unlocking Uganda’s Potential”

What makes African startups investable? By Alysia Silberg, Street Global Venture Capital General Partner

Alysia is a seed-stage technology investor working with startups addressing global challenges via beneficial AI, analytics, business automation, financial technology, health technology, infrastructure, life sciences, robotics and security technologies.

Alysia is a multi-industry, self-made entrepreneur, statistician & data scientist. She founded voice analytics company, Acceleforce, and built the product and technology platform for Xexec, the world’s leading employee benefits platform. As a fully qualified actuary, derivatives market specialist, wealth manager and alternative asset specialist, Alysia is extremely comfortable and experienced in all areas of investment management.

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