Michael Kroupnik, a successful serial entrepreneur and Honorary Consul General of Greece to Zambia, is partnering with Techtrends Zambia, a popular tech blog, to sponsor 15 growing businesses with free advertising. The initiative is aimed at helping these businesses realise their potential by giving them a platform to showcase their products and services to a wider audience.
Michael Kroupnik is well-known for his entrepreneurial spirit and his passion for helping others achieve success. As a successful serial entrepreneur, he has started and grown several businesses, including IndeCredit, recognised as one of the fastest-growing microfinance institutions in the country, having recently disbursed ZMW 1 billion in loans to SMEs. His extensive experience in managing and scaling businesses has earned him a reputation as a skilled leader and mentor.
In addition to his success in the business world, Michael Kroupnik has also been recognised for his philanthropic efforts. He has donated generously to many charities and non-profit organisations and has worked tirelessly to promote education and entrepreneurship in underprivileged communities.
Speaking about the partnership with Techtrends Zambia, Michael Kroupnik said, “I am excited to partner with Techtrends to help these businesses reach their full potential. I know firsthand how challenging it can be to start and grow a business, and I am passionate about helping others succeed. By providing these businesses with a platform to showcase their products and services, we can help them gain visibility and attract new customers.”
The 15 businesses selected to receive free advertising will be featured on Techtrends Zambia’s website and social media channels, reaching a large audience of tech-savvy consumers. The initiative is part of Michael Kroupnik’s ongoing commitment to helping entrepreneurs and small businesses succeed.
About Michael Kroupnik
Michael Kroupnik is the Managing Director of an established retail company, Micmar. Michael is the Honorary Consul General of Greece and sits on several corporate and non-profit boards. He is a married father of three who is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and small businesses succeed. He has started and grown several businesses over the years in retail, property development, manufacturing, mining and financial services. Michael is also a philanthropist and has donated generously to several charities and non-profit organisations, including Cheshire Homes and House of Moses.