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Abir Frikha

Abir Frikha

Project manager And Marketing Specialist at JIVR
Krakow, Poland

Mentorship Connection

$200 /month
This connection is free for Idea/concept and startup venture stages.

Four meetings per month

Unlimited chat, email, or text within boundaries.


I have worked in project management and marketing for 3 years, including managing global thought leadership campaigns, events, and company growth projects.

Currently, I am working as a sales and marketing specialist for the Polish-British e-mobility startup JIVR (Growth Stage) and the Polish startup YUZU (Early Stage), which is a customer relations platform.

Additionally, I am an enterprising young professional who has many business, design, and creative skills that have allowed me to climb the corporate ladder successfully.
I have successfully managed global thought leadership projects (including events) in the past.
In addition to my professional background, I co-founded several social organizations in Tunisia which allowed me to connect with people from all walks of life.

Finally, I spent time working with African entrepreneurs who were trying to start businesses in their home countries through Programs like Afric-up international big Summit (where VC4A was a partner), an e-Softlanding program for Healthtech startups, Factory 319 Startup studio ( Managing various types of programs for African e-health startups), Afkar Incubator (Incubation programs for Tunisian Startups), etc…

These experiences have allowed me to develop deep knowledge of how startups work and what they need to succeed at scale.

Spoken languages

Arabic English French

Mentorship motivation

  • I like to learn about industries and new businesses
  • I want to give back to the startup ecosystem and entrepreneurs coming up
  • I want to make new connections for myself and/or the organization I represent

I’m excited to join this program because I’d like to make a real difference in the lives and journeys of entrepreneurs, and I believe that mentorship is an important part of that process.

I’ve always had a passion for entrepreneurship, but now that I’ve more experience, I realize that it’s not just about starting a business—it’s about helping people find their path to success. That’s why I want to be a mentor: because I want to guide entrepreneurs through their journey of success by sharing, exchanging, learning from each other, helping them find the right resources, and helping them overcome problems related to scaling up or going public.

I’ve worked with entrepreneurs for three years, and in that time, I’ve come to realize how important it is for those just starting out in their professions to have someone they can turn to for guidance and support as they struggle to achieve their objectives.