About Amoye Henry

Investor, Author & Strategist

Amoye Henry, MBA is an investor, author and strategist on a mission to scale growth-based businesses led by unique founders across four different continents. She has worked to secure millions in funding for tech entrepreneurs, start-ups, and innovation-driven organizations.

She is the Co-Founder of Pitch Better Inc., a market-research firm that supports underrepresented founders. She is also a Co-Founder of AfroChic Inc. a conference built at the intersections of art and tech, which has platformed global talent such as Issa Rae, Erykah Badu, Jidenna, Wale, Teedra Moses and Wizkid.

Amoye is the author of Don't Panic, Pivot (2023) and Navigating Covid-19 (2020). Her writing covers topics such as entrepreneurship, economic growth, global business strategy and investment. Through her writing, she aims to provide comfort to high performing professionals looking to find balance.  She lives in London, UK with her family.

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Topics: Impact Investing, Underrepresented Founders, Scaling Businesses, Emerging Markets, Building in Tech and Innovation

Canadian Women Network Panel Discussion - Torys LLP - Sept 2022

Investment Readiness - CSI WOSEN Program - March 2022

Leading In Diversity - Ivey Business School - Feb 2022

Black Entrepreneurship Incubator - York University - Nov 2021

First year MBA Students - Schulich School of Business - Oct 2021

Financial Literacy Conference Speaker - BM Connection - Oct 2021

Start Up Toronto - City of Toronto - Sept 2021

The Future of BIPOC Entrepreneurship - Tribe Network - July 2021

Finding Success Even During a Pandemic - Ryerson DMZ - March 2021

Business Beyond Covid Facilitator - HSBC BANK - Oct 2020

Inclusive Investing Speaker - Canadian innovation Exchange - Nov 2020

Going Global: Tecxposition - Oct 2020

The Power of Sharing Access - Joyful Sundays Podcast by Jodi Kovitz - Aug 2020

Don’t Be in a Rush - Made to Lead Podcast by Aziz Garuba -  April 2020

Sistertalk BIPOC Women Biz - City of Toronto - April 2020 to August 2020

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