Debunking common economic myths and stereotypes about Africa

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Marek Zmyslowski , polish born Entrepreneur shares personal stories about why it’s so cool to live and do business in Africa.

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Zmyslowski is an experienced entrepreneur and executive, focused on online businesses in Frontier and Emerging Markets.

He co-founded HotelOnline.co – a Hospitality Technology Company, and Jumia Travel – Africa’s Biggest Hotel Booking Portal, with backing from Rocket Internet and Goldman Sachs.

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In 2014 he was chosen as one of the Ten Most Important People in Tech by IT News Africa Magazine. He is a Lead Mentor at Google’s Launchpad and World Bank’s XL Africa Program.

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Marek is also a former snowboard instructor and holds a racing license in motorsports, but his real dream is to be a Stand up Comedian. Hopefully a funny one. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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