InstaDeep Co-Founder and CWO, Zohra Slim, interviewed for leading “Connecting Africa” tech podcast



InstaDeep’s inspirational co-founder and CWO, Zohra Slim, was recently featured on the popular Connecting Africa podcast, hosted by Connecting Africa’s Paula Gilbert, Tobi Lafinhan and Tien Fu. During a wide-ranging conversation, Zohra spoke about her experiences as an African woman in tech, her entrepreneurial mindset and what challenges and opportunities she sees for the wider tech and AI industry in Africa.

The podcast also included words of advice for others following in her wake, as well as looking back on the InstaDeep success story, starting from its African roots in Tunisia and moving to the present day where she spoke about company cultures and mindsets, and how the company actively seeks out premium talent to ensure it’s exciting aims and goals are met.

Commenting on the interview, Zohra said, “it was a great opportunity to tell the InstaDeep story, as well as share my best tips and suggestions for others wanting to succeed in this fast-paced industry.  I hope listeners enjoyed the podcast as much as I enjoyed recording it with the Connecting Africa team”.

You can listen to the episode here.  Other episodes in the series are available on multiple podcast platforms including Apple and Spotify.

About Connecting Africa

The Connecting Africa podcast tackles the biggest trends in African tech and interviews local startups disrupting their industries.  It is hosted by Connecting Africa Editor Paula Gilbert, Venture for Africa Co-Founder and CEO Tobi Lafinhan and Informa Tech Senior Video Producer Tien Fu – each of whom come from different geographies and cultural backgrounds but who all share a love of tech and an interest in Africa’s start-up scene.

Part of the worldwide Informa Group, Connecting Africa is the premier online community dedicated to tackling the immense scope of the African digital landscape. It offers a comprehensive, informed and nuanced understanding of the region’s communications networking and ICT sector and the commercial opportunities such insight can afford. 

Connecting Africa’s readers include decision makers from across the entire communications technology ecosystem that are either based in Africa, conducting business with African enterprises or seeking to learn more about one of the communications industry’s growth hot-spots.

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