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Jito Kayumba on scaling ventures through specialisation, skills, and capital

Scale Up Africa
May 22nd, 2020 · 1 min read

In a recently published article, Jito Kayumba, a venture capitalist and partner at Kukula Capital in Lusaka, Zambia called for more local participation in the economy to curb capital flight and drive economic sustainability and growth. We sat down with him to discuss ecosystem building through specialisation, skills, and capital.

Jito shares the principles that have driven his personal growth as well as that of Kukula as we talk about the role of African entrepreneurs and businesses in helping to improve the livelihoods of people across the continent.

Oh yes, we also talk about #DripUniversity, Jito’s vehicle for offering mentorship and financial literacy lessons to his legion of followers on social media.

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