Managing Partner, Africa House Project, LLC
Bernard Wambugu is the managing partner of the Africa House Project, LLC a US Based company heading the effort to build multi-use buildings centered around African Art, Museum and Culture in several strategic cities in the US. The project seeks to provide spaces for diplomacy, business and recreation as well as fostering collaboration between African countries and the rest of the world. He is also Managing Partner at Guzo Services, LLC. A US based advisory, consultancy and logistics firm in the housing, renewable energy, water and waste management industries. Guzo Services’ goal is to incorporate
He is also Managing Partner at Guzo Services, LLC. A US based advisory, consultancy and logistics firm in the housing, renewable energy, water and waste management industries. As the managing partner, he heads the efforts to develop and implement the required strategy for international companies to penetrate new markets in the target locations. He’s also a managing partner at Leopard Growth Capital, a private equity fund geared towards investing in technology startups and high growth companies in Energy, Housing and Manufacturing in Africa
At heart, he is a technologist and for over 13 years, Bernard was the CEO of Lantel Systems LLC, a Technology firm and service provider that managed technology and consults with companies across many industries specifically Finance, Healthcare, Oil and Gas, manufacturing, government agencies, tourism and nonprofits. Lantel Systems was a mobile app developer and cloud service provider offering Infrastructure, Software and Platform as a service. Lantel Systems had offices in Houston and Dallas Texas, Chennai, India and in Nairobi, Kenya.
Bernard actively seeks and provides opportunities for companies to expand their products and services across the U.S and Africa. He has been selected as one of the 40 under 40 top executives by black business magazine and was the winner of the 2013 & 2017 Mashujaa Entrepreneur of the Year.