Future Females Invest was featured on CNN’s Inside Africa that spotlighted ‘kickstarters’ from Mauritius who are supporting startups to succeed by leveraging technology and a taking collaborative approach to help others thrive in their own business endeavors. FFI’s CEO and Founder Aysha Tegally talked about the approach FFI is taking to close the finance gap
Hearty congratulations to the elected Director-General of the World Trade Organization! The World Trade Centre appoints its first female Director-General; an African-American.  This is an achievement for the Nigerian woman, African woman, African girl child, and women all over the world. Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is a Nigerian Iron Lady, an American,  an international finance development
The events of 2020 – lockdowns, confinements and quarantines are pushing us more and more online. Therefore It is becoming important for businesses to have an online presence that speak to its customers, responds to their needs and generate revenue. Join Future Females Invest and EcoBank for a timely webinar on “Going Digital to Drive
Ecobank Females Entrepreneurship Initiative in conjunction with Future Females Invest presents Businesses of the Future. As we close out 2020 and look ahead to 2021, Vivian Nwakah, Founder of Medsaf speaks on “Businesses of the Future”. Vivian will talk about: –  How she used digitalisation to build and differentiate her business – Disrupting and digitalising the complex pharmaceutical supply chains, not just in
Women in Tech Africa The Mauritius Chapter Week 2020 virtual event is here!! This event will be from November 11th to November 13th, 2020.  This year’s event will be filled with inspiring discussions, on talks on Leadership, Career, Sustainable Healthy Working lifestyle, Innovative Opportunities, and much more. Our Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Zulaika Sunthbocus will
Times are tough, and everywhere, everyone is looking for solutions to rebuild our economies and societies. Investing in African women is a proven way to get us back on track. Unfortunately, 2020 has seen an investment decrease in African women, who will also be the hardest hit by our current economic challenges – there has
Future Females Invest (FFI) took part in a virtual committee meeting on Empowering Nigerian Farmers with AUDA NEPAD, NEPAD NIGERIA, and the Federal Government of Nigeria, 30th of September 2020. Representatives from FFI  attendees include Ms. Ada Agbaza and Mr. Bayo Jide.  Some government officials present at the virtual committee meeting were CEO NEPAD Nigeria
The largest IT Community in Mauritius, who are so passionate about the tech world have decided to hold a virtual conference to unite all geeks in Africa and around the globe over 3 days of knowledge sharing.  The 3 days event will be from 9th – 11th September 2020. Our Founder Aysha Julie is one of the
  According to Aysha Julie in the article above , women entrepreneurs must be seen, heard and funded, believing that women are the new faces of finance. Aysha Julie founded female future invest in 2018 which merged a year later with Women of West Africa Entrepreneurship (WOWe) in collaboration with Nigerian Ambassador Tori Abiola. The
Mauritius Research and Innovation Council Funds Future Females Invest to support Mauritian Women Entrepreneurs to Thrive   Future Females Invest (FFI) has been awarded a grant from the Mauritius Research and Innovation Council (MRIC) to “Ready to Thrive” a platform for women entrepreneurs in Mauritius to help them navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and aftermath. Ready