From corporate warrior to ventures & narratives in Africa

Continuing in the ‘getting to know us’ vein, Mustard’s founder Ndubuisi and Chief evangelist Andrew speak on the latter’s past life as a corporate warrior. Andrew goes into what led him away from the more operational and pragmatic professional services industries, to the riskier – and often times with Mustard – more philosophical, African ventures and narrative space.

Continuing in the ‘getting to know us’ vein, Mustard’s founder Ndubuisi and Chief evangelist Andrew speak on the latter’s past life as a corporate warrior. Andrew goes into what led him away from the more operational and pragmatic professional services industries, to the riskier – and often times with Mustard – more philosophical, African ventures and narrative space.

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