2018 Global US Forbes Under 30 List
Founder of Credimarks
Robert Kabera is a serial entrepreneur with years of experience in the energy sector. More recently, he was added to the 2018 Global US Forbes Under 30 List in the Energy Sector for his industry work and research. He is currently the founder of three ventures, credimarks, pagric and sync.
Credimarks Savings & Loan
A financial institution in Ghana devoted to enhancing the productivity and prosperity of smallholder cocoa farmers, men and women, young and old, with transparent financial products. A credit scoring company made for unbanked farmers
Predictive Agriculture (PAGRIC)
PAGRIC works to identify what makes cocoa farmers productive, efficient and profitable. Our insights have three important outcomes: increased productivity and higher income for the farmer as well as better repayment for the lenders.
An AI/ML software designed for utility engineers who need access to critical insights into power systems, analytics and demand forecasts without needing to code or develop expensive simulation models.
Robert is native of Rwanda, where he and his family lived through the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. He and his family spent 6 years in refugee camps. He was 11 when they were re-settled in Memphis, Tennessee. After Stanford, Robert founded alternative credit rating agency Credimarks, with the objective of helping to extend credit into traditionally underserved markets — poor people. Robert has helped over 50 energy companies in 9 countries provide cleantech to 6,000 people living off the electricity grid.
Robert Kabera co-founder and COO of Sync Energy AI, a no-code energy analytics startup. More recently, he was added to the 2018 Global US Forbes Under 30 List in the Energy Sector for his industry work and research.
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