Kim Hulett is the founder and CEO of Next Biosciences which combines medicine, science and technology to empower people to invest in their future health. Next Biosciences has the largest cryogenic facility in Africa storing stem cells, is involved in newborn screening and genetic testing (specifically in the reproductive space) as well as the manufacture of innovative biological products .
Kim trained in corporate finance, international tax & venture capital, and was actively involved in the incubation of a number of businesses. She sits on a few boards and was recently a trustee of the Oliver & Adelaide Tambo Foundation and is now a Director of the Wonderbag Foundation.
Kim is a member of Singularity University’s Peter Diamandis’ A360 – a select group of entrepreneurs from around the world who get together one a year to discuss world issues and come up with solutions to grand challenges.
Kim has a degree in Computer Science and is a qualified Chartered Accountant.
Future of Health
An insight into the future of medical health technologies.