On Saturday 30th May, the University of Makeni (UNIMAK), E4impact partner in Sierra Leone, organized the 2015 Makeni Business Forum on the theme “Doing business in Sierra Leone after the Ebola outbreak. Support programs and resources for entrepreneurs”. This annual event takes place within the activities of the Global MBA[…] Read More
BiD Network and E4impact join forces to promote SMEs in Sub-Saharan Africa. BiD Network, Dutch foundation whose mission is to increase economic development by supporting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in emerging markets, will offer various advantages to E4impact Alumni. BiD in fact offers advisory services on how to set[…] Read More
From Friday 8th to Sunday 10th of May the 4th Long Weekend of the E4impact MBA took place at the Catholic Institute of Business and Technology of Accra (Ghana), I am currently attending the program and I find it very practical and well-structured. The Long Weekend was significant for me[…] Read More
ICT e-mentoring from Informatici Senza Frontiere to E4impact entrepreneurs: when computer science supports sustainable growth!
On Monday April13th the ICT e-mentoring of Informatici Senza Frontiere to 6 African impact entrepreneurs of the E4impact MBA program has officially started. Informatici Senza Frontiere is a non-profit organization whose objective is to provide free ICT support to people who live in a disadvantaged environment. The potential fruitful partnership with[…] Read More
From Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd of March, there was the 4th Long Weekend of the 4th edition of the Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship at Tangaza University College in Nairobi. Long weekends are very unique features of the E4impact MBA course which I am attending. They not only help[…] Read More