Moses Mwansa is a Co-founder of Copperbelt Innovation &Technology Ltd, a Start-up incubator and Innovation company based in Kitwe, Zambia. He is also co-founder and CEO of VillageSavers Technology Ltd, a Fintech start-up that is helping small scale saving groups called Village Banking groups to manage and track their savings and other financial transactions through the VillageSavers App. VillageSavers is currently operating in Zambia and Botswana.
A holder Master of Science Project Management, he has 12 years of experience in Mining, Engineering,Construction, Water & Sanitation, and Fintech Industries as a Project Management and Business Improvement expert, with notable work experience being with Konkola Copper Mines Plc, one of Africa’s biggest copper Mine as Operational Excellence & Business Excellence Coordinator, and for the Zambia Water and Sanitation Project (ZWSP), a 150 Million Euro Water and Sanitation Improvement Project in Zambia (funded by EU, EIB,AFD and GRZ) as a PMO Lead.
Moses has also attended several prestigious trainings and conferences around the world, including the US Department of State’s run Tech-Camp Programme for Tech Innovators in Ghana 2016 and in Nigeria 2019, Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) Southern African Leadership Program at University Of South Africa in 2019, and as Panelist at the United Nations Economic and Social Council in Prague in 2018 and many more local and regional.