Einstein Ntim

Managing Partner @ Africa Future Fund

Einstein Ntim is Managing Partner of the Africa Future Fund, investing in initiatives across the African Continent and Diaspora that leverage advanced technologies to “leap frog” Africa’s future acceleration. He is the CEO of GlobalStartupEcosystem.com (GSE)- first and largest creator of online accelerators educating startups, governments, and corporations, culminating as the fastest growing community of tech moguls, politicians and business leaders.

Einstein provides access to tech and capital experts and speaks on topics covering entrepreneurship, AI, exponential technologies, mental health and emerging markets. He is also the founder of the largest summit series across emerging markets and tech: Blockchain Tech Summit, Space Tech Summit, AI, Ghana Tech Summit, Haiti Tech Summit, Africa Future Summit & Tour: the largest tech tour in African History.

As a serial entrepreneur, Einstein founded a mental health facility in London and two health care startups – Enabled AI (The AI Mental Health App for Carers and Healthcare Professionals) and Bloomer Tech (which embeds IOT sensors into bras to tackle cardiovascular disease).

In Silicon Valley, Einstein worked on connecting startups to Draper’s Venture Networks, Bold Emerge Capital, PHD Ventures and capital networks that target entrepreneurs from emerging markets. As an influencer within startup networks, Einstein sits on Singularity University’s Advisory Board, is a Windsor Scholar, and a Ghana’s Future Leaders U30. 

Einstein has had a diverse career in capital markets (UBS, Statestreet, Deutsche Bank), commodity sales, author (A New Way), military (UK TA), Educator (Methodist Church) and professional sports (Harlequins & England Rugby). He has conducted business across Europe, China, India, Latin America and Africa for supranational companies. Einstein is a Whitgift Scholar who studied Economics & Policy at London School of Economics (LSE), Chinese Languages and Philosophy at Nanjing University, Faith and Theology at the Methodist Church Britain, and acted as British Council GenUK Ambassador in India and China.