Dr. George Mulamula founded the only tech incubator in Tanzania. As CEO at Dar Teknohama (ICT) Business Incubator (DTBi) for entrepreneurship & innovation, he focuses on providing tech entrepreneurs with the right tools to create successful businesses.

In addition, George is currently managing a health delivery drone programme in the Lake Victoria Region and is also the coordinator for Mwanza Region Lake Victoria Challenge for Drones with the World Bank Group.

Prior to that he was the first Principal Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) and Senior Advisor in the Ministry of Commerce & Industry in Rwanda and worked on their SME and Entrepreneurship Policy.

Dr. Mulamula was also the Senior ICT Advisor for the Government of Rwanda as well as the Lead Policy Advisor on the Rwanda National Information Communication Infrastructure Policy Plan II and WSIS Document preparation.

George Mulamula was for over 8 years the first Africa Senior Technical Expert in Intellectual Property (IP) Automation with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), based in Geneva, Switzerland and worked with Sub-Sahara African Governments on the utility of ICT in IP innovation.
He also was a catalyst in transforming the African Advanced Level Telecommunications Institute in Nairobi, Kenya to be a Centre of Excellence for the International Telecommunications Union.

Dr. Mulamula was a guest lecturer at Carnegie Mellon University (Kigali Campus) and taught at KIST in Kigali, Rwanda. He ran ICT companies and has written extensively on ICT, Technology Transfer for Sustainable Development, including lecturing at Higher Learning Institutions in East Africa.
Dr. Mulamula is a Mentor and Coach for entrepreneurs and has conducted pitching sessions across the world, in Tanzania, Rwanda, Kenya, Botswana, Malaysia, Thailand and the USA.