Salma Moosa

There are those who are introverts and extroverts and then there is Salma. Salma loves being around people and learning about & from them, their stories and drawing out their strengths and weaknesses. 

Salma is a doer, a change maker who enjoys making a difference and moving things forward. Engaging with people is an innate talent which she possesses and enjoys. She brings her boundless energy to everything that she does. People feel that energy and get drawn to her. 

Salma has been engaged in business and entrepreneurship for over 3 decades and over this time she has had the opportunity to travel far and wide and see and learn from different people from across the globe. She started with helping individuals start their own businesses, worked with SMEs & even with large entities with her core expertise on hacking the growth for the businesses she has been associated with. 

Salma is the founder of Startups Squares and has built a platform of entrepreneurs. She has been working very closely with startups for the past decade and has mentored over 1000 startups in this period of time. She has spent over 5000 hours of mentoring startups. She is an incredible motivator and has helped several startups break their problems down and find a viable solution. Her core expertise is in the area of sales, business development and team building. She mentors almost 100 plus founders in an inclusive manner, ensuring that they are able to bring outcomes 

She is always reachable to through all of the social media channels where she is active and you can ping her on any of these channels to hear back from her at the earliest possible time. She also blogs from time to time and the same can be found at this link.

She speaks often at various events, seminars and conferences. She is also a regular at institutions where she talks on inspirational topics including entrepreneurship, growth, overcoming challenges and making a difference. She has been interviewed on BBC World News and has been featured on publications such as the Deccan Herald and Telegraph. She writes as well from time to time and publishes her blogs on the internet.

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