Update to AMI’s Learning Platform & AMI Learn App Released for iOS
New release of AMI’s Learning platform features new “journey” orientation, exciting new design, and increases mobile app and offline options with iOS app release and Android update.
AMI partners with AGRA to launch new Centre for African Leaders in Agriculture
Through this partnership, AMI as the lead learning partner will deliver the Advanced Leadership Programme focused on advancing collaborative leadership for capacity to drive Africa’s food security and sustainability efforts.
AMI’s April Entrepreneur of the Month
Meet David Okello Kiro, our AMI Entrepreneur of the month. David is the Owner & Founder of Great Africa Tours Ltd.
African Management Institute and Rwanda ICT Chamber offer business training to 2,000 tech entrepreneurs
The partnership will ensure that ICT members reinforce their skills and boost women’s participation in the sector
Small businesses also have a role in Earth Day
Green thinking need not just be a constraint on traditional business, but also a huge business opportunity. Across Africa, entrepreneurs are creating profitable businesses that make the earth healthier too.
Entrepreneurs can change the world
While few of us will ever have the impact on global thinking of a Piketty, Raworth, or Stiglitz, there are things simple business owners can do to contribute to a more just world.
In Praise of Work, a Basic Human Need
Apart from putting food on the table, work is associated with health and dignity. With dignity goes social cohesion. Large-scale unemployment is a threat to the social health of the nation.
AMI’s March Entrepreneur of the Month
As we celebrate Women’s History Month, meet Lucy Mary Athieno. A participant in the AMI Survive to Thrive Programme and the Founder of Eco-Pads Uganda.
Four ways to support female entrepreneurs to rebuild from Covid-19
A year after Covid-19 started to sweep Africa, shuttering businesses and economies, it’s become clear that women-owned small businesses have been particularly hard hit and need support to rebuild. AMI CEO and co-founder Rebecca Harrison reflects on supporting female business owners and leaders to get the support they need to thrive, on their terms.
Business opportunities in the Africa Continental Free Trade Area
AMI chairman and co-founder Jonathan Cook in his column in South Africa's BusinessLive says that it's time local businesses took advantage of the opportunities made possible by the Africa Continental Free Trade Area.
Planning and leading in a time of uncertainty
In this uncertain season, leadership contribution is key if we are to go on with the daily business. It would be a disaster if uncertainty prevented us from planning for what we do know and can control.
AMI and Rwanda Cooperative Agency partner to provide business training to cooperatives in Rwanda
The partnership will ensure that members of both financial and non-financial cooperatives have free access to AMI’s extensive online learning platforms.