Aisha R. Pandor is co-founder of SweepSouth (sweepsouth.com), an online platform for booking, paying for and managing homes cleaning services from your laptop, phone or tablet.
Sweepsouth is the first company on the African continent to offer this service, and a 500 Startups Batch 14 alum. Aisha previously worked as a management consultant, gaining experience in the telecommunications and mining industries.
Aisha has a PhD in Human Genetics from the University of Cape Town and an Associate in Management from the UCT Graduate School of Business. Between 2011 and 2012, she received a South African Women in Science Award for her research and was named as one of the Mail and Guardian newspaper's 200 Young South Africans.
Aisha Pandor is the Co-Founder of domestic services and cleaning products company Sweep South . She previously worked as a management consultant at Accenture South Africa, gaining experience in the telecommunications industry and mining industry. Aisha has a PhD in Human Genetics from the University of Cape Town and an Associate in Management from the UCT Graduate School of Business.
Aisha Pandor is a South African startup entrepreneur and co-founder of SweepSouth, an online platform for ordering and paying for home cleaning services within a few minutes. SweepSouth connects professional, experienced and insured cleaners with homeowners,
Sweep South is South Africa’s only startup to have been accepted by global accelerator and the largest venture capitalist in the world - 500 Startups
500 Startups is a is lead by entrepreneur and angel investor Dave McClure, has invested in over 1 000 companies and has brought companies such as Behance (acquired by Adobe in 2012), Sunrise (acquired by Microsoft 2015), and Wildfire (acquired by Google in 2012).
She studied at the University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa, where she completed a PhD degree in Human Genetics and a Business Management certificate at the UCT Graduate School of Business. When she graduated in 2012 Aisha became the first student to graduate with two different qualifications on the same day. She also worked as a management consultant with Accenture.
Aisha received a South African Women in Science Award in 2011 and was named in the Mail and Guardian's List of 200 Young South Africans in 2012.