Sandras Phiri – Technology is a business life strategist. He is the director for Startup Grind South Africa and the CEO and founder of the Africa Trust Academy, a coaching and consulting company. Sandras is now available through Conference Speakers.

Sandras Phiri - Technology

Sandras Phiri is the CEO and founder of Africa Trust Academy, a coaching and consulting company. Sandras has worked with over 25 organisations and has lectured at over 15 universities. His work has taken him to 21 countries including Silicon Valley USA, Hong Kong, Ghana, India, Mexico, Switzerland and France. He has worked in banking, mobile payments, unit trusts and IT in South Africa and Zambia and has run his own businesses in IT and entertainment. Sandras has a degree in Computer Science and an MBA from UCT.

He has been named one of the 15 tech people to follow in 2018. He has been featured on CNBC Africa and has been a mentor on SABC 1 TV programme Making Moves.

Keynote Speeches
  • Entrepreneurship,
  • Innovation,
  • Personal finance and
  • Motivation.

Sandras has worked with over twenty-five organisations. He has lectured at over fifteen universities including the University of Cape Town, Stellenbosch University and Oxford. His work has taken him to twenty-one countries including the U.S.A, Hong Kong, Mexico and France. Some of these organisations include Sanlam, General Electric, Big Brother Africa, McKinsey & Co, The Foschini Group and the African Union.

Sandras has a degree in Computer Science and an MBA from the University of Cape Town. He has been taught by some of the world’s greatest teachers including Dr John Demartini, Roger Hamilton and Tony Robbins.

He has shared the stage with Facebook co-founder, Dustin Maskovitch, YouTube co-founder Steve Chen, Guy Kawaski, Steve Blank and Clayton Christensen of Harvard Business School.

Sandras Phiri – Technology has worked in banking, mobile payments, unit trusts, IT and education.

Sandras has been named one of the fifteen tech people to follow in 2018 and 2019. He has been a mentor on SABC 1’s TV programme, Making Moves.

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