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Telecom House 1st Floor, Kacyiru

+250 786 022 917 

8 KG 7 Ave

Telecom House - 1st Floor

Kacyiru - Kigali, Rwanda

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Mentorship Program

Why become a Mentor at 250Startups ?

  • To Help startups launch their products and scale up their business

  • To Create opportunities for both parties to benefit and nurture a growing professional relationship between mentors and startups that could potentially lead to a partnership.

  • To ensure startups receive a close-handed experience from established entrepreneurs to create tangible and sustainable impact through enhancing the skills of entrepreneurs 

Required Areas of Expertise

  • Business development

  • Investment Readiness

  • Systems designs & development (UX/UI design, Programming)

  • Sales & Marketing

  • Business management and Strategic Planning

  • Branding

  • Digital Marketing

What impacts will you make by getting involved in supporting startups?

  • Make a difference: engage with upcoming startups and facilitate their growth by sharing the knowledge learned through years of entrepreneurship

  • Expand your network: being a mentor in the 250Startups program creates networking opportunities with partner organizations, other entrepreneur that occasionally attend demo sessions, and the startups themselves.

  • Inspire upcoming entrepreneurs & contribute in shaping the industry landscape by helping growing startups from the prototype phase to the product launch and international scaling

  • Create strong partnerships in the ecosystem

Shape the Leaders of Tomorrow

Meet our Mentors

Moussa Habineza

MANAGING DIRECTOR | KHENZ

Moussa Habineza is the Founder and Managing Director of KHENZ Ltd. He is an expert in database-driven web applications development with a passion for using technology to revolutionize the transportation system. He has advanced knowledge and extensive experience with most programming languages, common database systems, and popular web servers.

 

He is Masters Candidate in System and Information Engineering from the University of Tsukuba-Japan and a Bachelor’s degree in Information Communication Technology from Umutara Polytechnic (Now University of Rwanda). He started his career as a freelance software developer until he saw the opportunity and developed a passion to digitize the public transport ticketing process in Rwanda.