Promoting Entrepreneurship and Agribusiness Development
Starts: Monday, 3 November, 2014 12:00am
Ends: Monday, 3 November, 2014 03:00am
Enhancing a fertile business climate
East Africa, 03 - 14 November 2014
The Center for development innovation (CDI) is proud to present to you the short course on Promoting Entrepreneurship and Agri-business Development from November 03 – 14, 2014.
CDI, wagningen works on creating capacities for change through its different courses conducted in Asia and Africa. Through the support of multi-stakeholder innovation, support policy development, managing for impact, CDI fosters critical thinking on key development issues. Linking the newest insights to the reality and offering world-leading scientific and technical expertise on safe and secure food, sustainable value chains and a healthy living environment has been core values of CDI in the past and continued to be so.
The entrepreneurship and Agri-business Development course is one of such courses of CDI where emerging business can be able to acquire knowledge on how to sustain their business for long. The training will enable to build the entrepreneurial life cycle, on the background of participants and provide the exposure of learning from the experience of other emerging as well as already existing companies in the field.
− are you thinking of starting your own business?
− are you running your business but would like to enhance your skills and capacities to become more profitable?
− do you want to access finances more efficiently?
− do you want to attract more customers and increase your profitability?
− are you supporting others in starting and managing their business and you need to enhance your skills?
− do you need guidelines with formulating policies on enhancing entrepreneurship in your country, region or programme?
If your answer is yes to any of the questions above, then this course is for you.
The dynamic training programme is focusing on how to address and eliminate many of the hurdles and pitfalls you will face as an entrepreneur including lack of time, money, experience, and other resources. There is no need waste your efforts with strategies that have no hope of returning your investment, much less yielding a profit. We will focus on the things you care about most, which will ultimately affect your bottom line — how to raise money, make money, and save money, or help others to do so.
“To create energy for making positive changes, societies must consider that entrepreneurship is not the heroic act of a few individuals, but the accomplishments of many people who pursue their ambitions in a supportive, cultural and institutional environment.”
Professor Slavica Singer, J.J. Strossmayer University in Croatia.
Do you work in policy making?
Over 140 million entrepreneurs expect to add at least five new jobs over the next five years. These figures and growth projections affirm that entrepreneurial activity is flourishing across the globe and that entrepreneurship, as an economic engine, is the best hope for reviving a weakened world economy.
But they cannot do it alone. They need your expertise in creating the enabling environment in which they can maximize their impact. The course will give your insight into what the basic requirements and efficiency enhancers are on national level for increasing the level of entrepreneurship.