In this episode I interview Kuda Biza who is the founder of Nunbelievable, a baked goods company with a mission to feed the hungry. For every box of cookies they sell, they donate a meal to a person in need.
Kuda started his entrepreneurial journey at the age of 9 in his home country of Zimbabwe. He wanted money to buy ice cream, but his mother wouldn't give in to his ice cream dreams. He decided to take it into his own hands and started washing windows around his neighborhood to make some money. Eventually, he had done the whole neighborhood and had plenty of money to buy ice cream whenever he desired.
Kuda went on to start 7 companies in his life so far and has always been a mission based entrepreneur. When he was in college, he started a company with $150 dollars that ended up feeding thousands of children in Africa. The importance of giving back is evident in Kuda's life and it's just as clear in his newest venture Nunbelievable.
Check out Nunbelievable: https://nunbelievable.com/
Kuda also wrote a book called "The S.P.E.A.R Method: 5 Simple Steps to Balanced Success and Fulfillment" which you can check out at the link below.
If you want to get in touch with Kuda you can contact him at the link below:
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