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Renée Hunter


Renée’s research to date has focused mainly on client centricity and data protection. Before joining i2i, she worked as a junior researcher at Cenfri.

When she joined Cenfri, she had worked as a junior business developer for an independent video systems integrator, where she was responsible for devising a strategic plan to enter the emerging eHealth market in Benelux and Germany. She had also worked at the South African Institute of International Affairs, where she co-authored a study on regional barriers to business in the SADC region.

Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s (Honours) in international relations and international organisation, University of Groningen in the Netherlands
  • Honours degree in philosophy, politics and economics, University of Cape Town
  • Currently enrolled in the Masters of development finance, Graduate Business School University of Cape Town

 

Recent Content by Renée Hunter
Africa’s digital platforms and financial services
Exploring Africa’s digital-platform economy and financial services The digital-pla...
How are African digital platforms shaping the economic development conversation?
Insights from an expert workshop on the potential of African digital platforms to influence development...
African digital platforms and the future of digital financial services
As societies and economies change, so should the financial products that serve them. The ...
Inclusive insurance enhanced through the use of client data
How different types of alternative and traditional client data solve key challenges in inclusive insurance p...
Exuus: Using data to demystify savings groups’ black boxes
DataHack4FI Innovation Award Season 2: Winner of the Women and Youth focus prize for Rwanda...
InvestXD: Putting women’s investment needs at the centre
InvestXD created a digital investment platform for women and youth Understanding dri...