AMI’ October Entrepreneur of the Month
22nd October 2020
Meet Vivien Torbunde of Nigeria, AMI’s Entrepreneur of the Month for October 2020. Vivien is the founder and CEO of ME2U Enterprises, a mobile catering unit and a participant in AMI’s Survive to Thrive Programme.
Watch Vivien as she speaks about her experience in Survive to Thrive, a business growth programme designed to support SMEs navigate the opportunities and challenges of today. For a limited time, full scholarships are open and close on October 25th, 2020.
Universal basic income could save the small business sector
Apart from the obvious moral imperative to treat extreme poverty, a basic income grant would be just the thing to help devastated small businesses recover from the pandemic.
Can entrepreneurship be taught?
For decades some have argued that entrepreneurs are born, not made, and others have argued that even the most talented person won’t succeed without the knowledge and skills required for business. As with most nature/nurture debates, there is truth on both sides.
Just laws serve the interests of both the big and the small
One family’s housing disaster turns out to be another’s joy.