“Working with intention applies to all companies. If you cannot attribute your success to what variable, then how are you going to replicate it?” says Tamer Azer, principal at Sawari Ventures and a Womentum advisor, who will be working with the 8 startups throughout the four-month program.
With his experience as a VC and a former entrepreneur himself, Tamer delved into the startups’ business and financial models, dissecting their unit economics in a way that will help them set a structured growth strategy.
“It’s really important to be structured and data-driven about your growth,” he says. “Every time you change a variable, you should be ready to test how that affects your unit economics.”