How COVID-19 Was a Cornerstone for PraxiLabs Next Milestone!

Last Updated on June 19, 2022 by Mostafa


In her recent interview with #AfricaThriveLive, Dr. Khadija El-Bedweihy, founder & CEO of PraxiLabs and the winner of Africa’s Business Heroes competition in 2021, maneuvered amongst many vital points that matter for every African business entrepreneur, especially if a female, being an African entrepreneur herself.

In her talk, El-Bedweihy pinpointed topics such as PraxiLabs’ vision, how it is related to the STEM educational system, and how her childhood & father both formed a solid ground for her business coming to life.

She also discussed the importance of entrepreneurs’ social impact and how Africans can cooperate together to bring more success & progress to their youthful continent.

If you watch the interview, you will find Khadija walking you through her journey with PraxiLabs, how COVID-19 was such a game changer for her education-based business, and some highlighted key tips based on her experience with the investors’ desired recurring revenues & growth processes, describing this process as: “the chicken and the egg.”

By founding PraxiLabs, Khadija’s goal is to allow everyone an equal opportunity, despite their abilities or their disabilities.

Not to mention that #AfricaThriveLive is one of the many events held every month by the AMI Community, in which they host entrepreneurs & rising companies from all over the African continent, to know more about their success stories and to learn from their experiences & their perspectives.
The interview’s live broadcast was watched by nearly 450 viewers from all over Africa. You too can watch it here.

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About Sherouk Badr Shehata

Sherouk Badr Shehata, is a senior scientific content creator and a theoretical physics MA student from Egypt. Being a physics & astronomy graduate, Sherouk started off her career in 2017 as a scientific translator & content creator, while that was also preceded by two years of volunteering in the same field. Sherouk's experiences reached out to many reputable foreigner organizations and companies in both the fields of scientific translation & publishing, such as: Pearson Middle East in UAE, Kitab Sawti in Sweden, I Believe in Science in Lebanon, in addition to many Egyptian companies, and PraxiLabs on the top of this list. Throughout her writings, Sherouk aims to flawlessly raise the quality of the delivered scientific content, and aspires to create rich and interesting pieces, in both Arabic and English. She is also keen on encouraging and pushing students, parents, & people in general to read more in science, and especially natural sciences, as she believes that science and art are the master keys to nations' progression and flourishment.