In my previous article on the Badassery of Self-Promotion: Why it’s NOT a Swear Word, I highlighted the importance of self-promotion and provided three key elements to get started, hopefully hold yourself accountable to how you do so. Read to date 3138 times, with generated feedback resulting in the request of additional information on how to solicit a personal board of directors or requests for mentorship. Say no more!

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Vuyolwethu Dubese is a multiple award-nominated professional in impact and inclusive development, and innovation strategy. Over the past five years, she's served as a Startup Partnerships Lead for Africa for global intelligence firm, Thomson Reuters and as an Impact Acceleration Associate at investment and advisory firm, Impact Amplifier and served on boards. During this period, she has also worked with organisations like Foundervine, World Bank Group, Standard Bank, UCT Graduate School of Business, UNDP Africa and Accenture, Seedstars World, Redbull and Global Startup Awards to mention a few through her expertise. As a moderator, she's graced the stage at multiple high-level engagements in and outside of South Africa including the USAID Global Entrepreneurship Week, and the Timeless Women's Conference and Gala Dinner in Rwanda to mention a few.


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