Cambridge-based entrepreneur, Clémentine Vignault Rao, explains her new social venture being rolled out in India.

A former masters student in Cambridge, Clémentine Vignault Rao, is now the co-founder and CEO of a Cambridge-based start-up, Slate2Learn. Incubated at the Cambridge Social Ventures at the Judge Business School, Slate2Learn is a micro-franchise of tablet-based tutoring centres. They opened their first three centres in January and February this year in Delhi.

Building on her earlier business experience in India and France, Slate2learn data analytics capabilities are largely a result of Clementine’s self-taught coding skills. We asked Clementine about what led to her starting her own company, how she learnt the necessary technical skills and what lessons and advice she would pass onto other young entrepreneurs. Go here for the full interview.