Prosper Bizimungu

Prior to founding Inclusive Business Solutions for
Development-biziSol , Prosper Bizimungu worked in
FMCG industry in different African countries, on
behalf of various global companies . He has designed
and implemented various successful sales and
distribution projects for Coca Cola and Heineken
products, respectively as Sales and Marketing
Manager in Burundi, and Country Manager in Angola. He also served as Business
Development Manager for Diversey East and Southern Africa (2012-2013).
Prosper is entrepreneur, he founded Start Systems, a private IT company operating
in Burundi, local market leader in tailor made management software for Micro-
finance Institutions. He is also the co-founder of BurundiShop, the first Burundian e-
commerce platform venture. BiziSol and Burundishop are among the founding
members of “Business 4E-trade Development”, a UNCTAD partner for e-
commerce development .
Moreover, Prosper Bizimungu has worked as Africa Business Developer for solar
energy companies operating in Africa including Tauber Solar GmbH, Sun Power
Africa Development Ltd and Little Sun GmbH.
His activities enabled him to travel around Africa and meet many players in the RE
industry, and with a large number of Information and Communication Technology
professionals of the continent.
Prosper speaks all official languages used in Africa (French, English and Portuguese)
and holds as Masters from Moscow State University of Economics, Statistics and
Informatics in Russia.

Loritta Bigina

Miss Loritta Axana Bigina has 1 year left of studies to obtain her B.A. degree in
Communication Studies at Mälardalens Högskola in
Västerås, Sweden.
Passionate of digital communication,Loritta strongly
believes in the power of digital transformation and its
rewarding benefits. She believes in the
company’s digital strategy to drive its growth, and to
take it from the start up to the global level.
Since 2015 she works part time as a Digital Project
manager for BiziSol – Inclusive Business Solutions.
Loritta is advising BiziSol on its digital transformation strategy, with focus on how to
use the opportunities offered by the high rate of Africa’s mobile phone penetration, to
get more young Africans connected, by the most affordable and sustainable way.