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Farah Abdilahi Mohamed

Farah Abdilahi Mohamed

Manager at Bulsho Production Flowers
Hargeisa, Somalia

Mentorship Connection

This connection is free for all venture stages.
Accepting requests from:

Four meetings per month

Unlimited chat, email, or text within boundaries.


Sharing knowledge and expertise: Mentoring allows experienced individuals to share their knowledge, insights, and expertise with aspiring entrepreneurs. I can provide information and advice on various aspects of entrepreneurship, such as business strategies, marketing, finance, operations, and more. My goal is to support entrepreneurs by offering guidance based on the information available to me.

Guiding through challenges: Starting and growing a business can be challenging, and entrepreneurs often face hurdles along the way. As a mentor, I can help entrepreneurs navigate these challenges by providing alternative perspectives, suggesting solutions, and offering encouragement. Whether it’s overcoming obstacles, making difficult decisions, or managing setbacks, I can provide support and assist in problem-solving.

Providing feedback and validation: Entrepreneurs often seek feedback on their ideas, products, or strategies. As a mentor, I can provide objective feedback and validation based on the information you provide. Whether it’s evaluating a business plan, assessing a marketing strategy, or reviewing a product concept, I can offer insights and suggestions to help entrepreneurs refine their approach.

Offering resources and tools: I can provide information on various resources and tools that can support entrepreneurs in their journey. This could include recommending books, online courses, industry reports, funding opportunities, or other relevant resources that can help entrepreneurs gain knowledge and skills to succeed in their endeavors.
My areas of expertise:
• Marketing & Sales: Business Analysis, Business Development, Communication, Research, Problem-solving, Business Modelling, Sales and Marketing strategy & and training.

• Business Innovation and Strategy: Ideation, Design, research, develop, analyze and suggest new marketing concepts and strategies.
Works at Shaqadoon Organization in one year

Spoken languages

English Somali

Geographic focus

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
  • Other

1: Fostering innovation:- Startups are often the hotbeds of innovation. By supporting the startup ecosystem, you help create an environment that encourages and nurtures groundbreaking ideas and solutions. These innovations can lead to advancements in various industries, address societal challenges, and improve the quality of life for many people.

2: Job creation:- Startups are known for their potential to generate new employment opportunities. As a startup grows, it typically requires a larger workforce, which can lead to job creation and reduce unemployment rates. By supporting startups, you contribute to the growth of job markets and help individuals find meaningful and fulfilling work.

3: Economic growth:- Startups play a crucial role in driving economic growth. They bring fresh ideas, disrupt traditional industries, and contribute to increased productivity and competitiveness. Successful startups can attract investments, generate revenue, and stimulate local economies. By giving back to the startup ecosystem, you contribute to the creation of vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystems that stimulate economic development.

4: Knowledge sharing and mentorship:- As an experienced individual, you likely possess valuable insights, skills, and expertise. By sharing your knowledge and mentoring aspiring entrepreneurs, you can help them navigate the challenges of starting and growing a business. Mentorship can provide guidance, accelerate learning, and increase the chances of success for emerging entrepreneurs.

5: Paying it forward:- If you have benefited from the startup ecosystem in the past, giving back is a way to pay it forward. Perhaps you received support, mentorship, or funding when you were starting your own venture. Contributing to the ecosystem allows you to provide similar opportunities to aspiring entrepreneurs, helping them overcome barriers and achieve their goals.

6: Networking and collaboration:- Engaging with the startup ecosystem allows you to connect with like-minded individuals, industry experts, investors, and potential partners. By building relationships and collaborating with others, you can expand your own network, learn from others’ experiences, and potentially identify new opportunities for yourself or your own business.

7: Social impact:- Startups are often driven by a mission to create positive social impact. By supporting these ventures, you align yourself with causes and initiatives that aim to address pressing societal problems. Whether it’s sustainable development, healthcare, education, or any other area, contributing to the startup ecosystem can help drive meaningful change and improve the lives of many people.

Overall, giving back to the startup ecosystem and supporting emerging entrepreneurs is a way to make a lasting impact. By nurturing innovation, fostering economic growth, sharing knowledge, and promoting social change, you contribute to a thriving entrepreneurial environment that benefits society as a whole.