Her Voice, Her Growth

Firsthand Insights from African Women Entrepreneurs – and those working to support them.

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Join an invite-only group of SME supporters to explore first-hand insights on effective BDS from African women entrepreneurs – and those working on the ground to support them.

AMI, in collaboration with Value for Women – a leading gender advisory firm-will be hosting a curated and interactive pre-Sankalp event to showcase the perspectives of dynamic local entrepreneurs and share the latest evidence on what works to accelerate women-led SMEs and create jobs for women. This event is designed for those driving and shaping gender-lens initiatives, and those working across the broader SME support ecosystem.

When: Tuesday, 27th February 2024

Time: 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Complimentary Breakfast will be provided)

Where: The African Management Institute Offices, 3rd Floor, KANHA Building, Westlands

For more information:

Addolorata Maria
+254705381438/ maria@africanmanagers.org

The event promises to be experiential with a deep dive into the realities of SGBs. Watch this recap video of a chocolate factory tour AMI hosted during the 2023 ANDE annual conference where attendees go to learn the art of making chocolate and engage in a discussion on women entrepreneurs in agriculture and their impact on food security.

About the African Management Institute (AMI)

AMI enables ambitious businesses across Africa to thrive, through practical tools and training. We equip entrepreneurs with tools to build their business, help companies train their teams, and run work readiness programmes for young people starting their careers. AMI’s programmes combine online and mobile tools with in-person workshops and on-the-job practice and support.

AMI has worked with a range of businesses and organisations to support entrepreneurs and managers build and grow their teams and companies across Africa including Uber, Nestle, Radisson Blu, Mastercard Foundation, USAID, Shell Foundation and Equity Bank.

Since 2014, AMI has directly trained over 45,000 people in 39 countries across Africa.

AMI has a presence in 8 countries, with offices in Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, and South Africa, and staff presence in Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Nigeria, and Uganda.

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