Facebook Live with Sneha Shah: How to do business in Africa without fearing the risks.(Oct 13)

Want to do business in Africa successfully? Learn how to break down barriers and prove your worth.

On Friday, October 13th, Sneha Shah – Managing Director of Africa for  Thomson Reuters shared with us how the African business landscape is currently positioned for female entrepreneurs, and how you can take advantage of it.

Sneha has initiated partnerships with leading international market development, and works in close collaboration with public and private sector organizations in each country, to tackle the opportunities and challenges around financial and capital markets development.

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Register below to get a FREE downloadable guide with Sneha’s top 10 tips on how to do business in Africa without fearing the risks.

Some of the topics we’ll cover

  • Are there businesses that are easier to establish in Africa than others? Find out.
  • How young start-ups in Africa are changing the game.
  • Challenges and opportunities business owners should expect when operating in Africa.
  • How the African business landscape is currently positioned for female entrepreneurs.
  • Leveraging millennials for African growth.
  • What Africa can learn from other emerging economies.
  • Innovate or disrupt – how to prepare your company for the future.

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Posted by She Leads Africa on Friday, October 13, 2017

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About Sneha

Sneha Shah joined Thomson Reuters in 2001 in New York and has held several global leadership roles across the financial and media business units in operations, product development, and technology.

She was appointed Managing Director of Africa for Thomson Reuters in April 2015, and leads all of the financial, risk, tax and legal businesses across the region, providing data, automation and digitization solutions to financial institutions, governments, and corporates.

She is responsible for driving the profitable and sustainable growth for Thomson Reuters in Africa in a manner that contributes positively to the region’s economic development.

Born in Kenya and having worked in many African countries, Sneha is particularly passionate about initiatives that help empower Africa’s success. 

Sneha is a member of the Board of the US Chamber of Commerce, US-Africa Business Center. She is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO) and the African Leadership Network (ALN) and has been actively involved in several initiatives of the World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa, including the Partnering Against Corruption Initiative (PACI) (current), and the Global Agenda Council on Governance (2014 to 2016).

Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Sneha was a commodities trader for Cargill in South Africa and traded money markets and foreign exchange at CFC Bank in Kenya. She holds a BA (Hons) degree in Politics with International Studies from the University of Warwick in the UK.

5 Types Of Accounts Every Woman Should Have Before 35

5 Types of Money Accounts Every Woman Should Have Before 35

Mo money, mo problems right?

Mo Money Mo Problems

Maybe for Diddy, but definitely not for us. Definitely not in this economy and with the bills we need to pay and with the power moves we’re trying to make.

More money equals more financial security for ourselves, our businesses and our families but how do we go about achieving that in the long run? The first thing you have to realize is that you can’t wait until you’re older to get started. In fact there are things you can do before you turn 35 which will go a long way in ensuring your financial independence for the rest of your life.

We spoke to financial advisors from United Capital about what young women need to do to be better prepared for their future and they shared with us 5 important money accounts that every young woman should have before she turns 35 years old. Now 35 isn’t a hard and fast deadline but we can all probably agree that we better start to have our stuff together by the time we turn 35.

Topics this guide will cover:

– What are the 5 accounts you need to have before you turn 35

– Why each of these financial accounts matters for your future

– How you can get free financial advice to help you reach your money goals


So how do you download this free guide? Easy – just fill out the form below to join our community and get access to this guide and AWESOME weekly content.  


If you already know you’re ready to speak with a financial advisor who can help you set up long term savings and investments options, then you should connect directly with the United Capital team by emailing them at privatetrust@unitedcapitalplcgroup.com.