MUSTARD journey update – venture launches, raising and ‘Barbie budgets’!

In this episode Andrew and Ndubuisi reflect on MUSTARD's progress to date. Where are we on the journey to build the first global consumer brands that stem from Africa? What do we aim to do over the next three months, and what plans do we have for venture launches? As well as addressing these points, the two discuss the factors that have kept them working towards their mission for over a decade.

Andrew and Ndubuisi use this episode to expose the goings on behind the scenes at MUSTARD. They take stock, reflect on the team’s growth to date, and outline some of the plans for venture launches and initiatives for the tail end of the year.

Where are we on the journey to build the first global consumer brands that stem from Africa? What do we aim to do over the next three months, and what is the one thing we will focus on this month? In this episode we answer these questions while divulging our learnings, pain points, and the things that have helped kept us in working on our mission for over decade.

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