Leila Khalif wants to live in a world where businesses succeed on conflict transformation, text messages are fully spelt and books eagerly wait at the door to receive her.
As the CEO of TasKwetu, she’s been featured on Business Daily Africa, Bizhub, Techmoran, Techsahara and so much more. Her Startup TasKwetu also won the regional 1776 challenge cup Nairobi competition after she pitched to their panel of VCs.
When she’s not enabling Kenyans to live smarter by getting their tasks done through trusted errand runners, you can find her reading crime novels, offering personal and business coaching, planning for the umpteenth time for a road trip on the Pan-African highway, or devising the “secret ingredient” to the best tea in the world.
Her latest project is offering business coaching to hopeful entrepreneurs at no cost.
Are you currently building a startup or want to, but don’t know where to begin? Discover free, practical, been there done that tips on how to build one through her experiences and of those around her on this blog.