AMI and Kenya Pharmaceutical Association Sign Agreement to Boost Business Growth in Africa
The Kenya Pharmaceutical Association- Nairobi Branch (KPA) and the African Management Institute (AMI) has signed an agreement for KPA to become a recruiting partner for AMI's Kenya Grow Your Business program.
AMI launches AMI Enterprise for workplace and workforce learning; Asha Mweru Mbowa promoted to Managing Director
AMI launches new division dedicated to boosting workplace and professional skills for growth-stage and established companies, led by AMI's Asha Mweru Mbowa who has been promoted to Managing Director.
AMI partners with Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) to develop standards for strengthening SME support ecosystem
AMI recently launched a partnership with the Private Sector Foundation Uganda (PSFU) to develop Standards aimed at improving the quality of support for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Uganda. AMI will also train 200 Ugandan business development service providers in the implementation of the Standards in 2023.
AMI partners with KEPSA to power business growth in Kenya
Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) and the Africa Management Institute (AMI) have partnered to support Kenyan SMEs and entrepreneurs to grow their businesses through practical business learning and growth programmes.
AMI partners with South Africa’s Zevoli Growth Partners to deliver MSME Future Forge programme
AMI has partnered with South Africa’s leading enterprise and supplier diversity advisory and project management firm, Zevoli Growth Partners to strengthen the performance of Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) that support the mining sector with a comprehensive business development programme.
AMI Celebrates the Tourism and Hospitality Sector’s Impact in Rwanda
Rwanda’s tourism and hospitality industry has been experiencing significant transformation and growth, providing high potential for employment opportunities to young Rwandans. AMI’s unique approach to entrepreneurship and business management training has been preparing businesses and their workforces for any challenging situation, enabled them to seize growth opportunities, and rethink tourism.
Africa’s food systems need to be reimagined – CALA forum to chart ways forward
AMI is the lead learning partner for the AGRA-led Centre for African Leaders in Agriculture (CALA). As part of the annual AGRF conference, CALA announced the second cohort of 80 leaders from 8 countries to be unveiled as delegates gather for the first in-person Leadership Forum in Kigali, Rwanda
AMI’s 2021 Impact Report: Skills to power growth & impact
In our recently released AMI 2021 Impact Report: Skills to power growth & impact we share how AMI’s work in 2021 - building skills for growth with businesses and their teams – helped unlock business growth, create jobs, improve livelihoods and strengthen whole systems to withstand the turbulence of our times and support thriving communities.
The Development Bank of Rwanda and African Management Institute Enable Rwandan Businesses to be Resilient to Risk
Following the training, 94% of them reported an increase in revenue, 79% reported an increase in profit and 68% reported to have created jobs.
Stanford Social Innovation Review features AMI in ‘Pacing Entrepreneurs to Success’ Article
In the 2022 summer edition of Stanford Social Innovation Review, the African Management Institute (AMI) was featured in the article “Pacing Entrepreneurs to Success”.
The District of Musanze partners with the African Management Institute (AMI) to strengthen entrepreneur business skills
African Management Institute programmes, offered through the Hanga Ahazaza initiative, focus on increasing employment opportunities for young people while expanding the hospitality and tourism sector in Rwanda.
African Management Institute Launches New Francophone Learning Programmes for Senegal and West Africa
The African Management Institute (AMI), the continent’s leader in business and management training, recently launched a new series of francophone learning programmes to support the growth of small enterprises and provide practical business skills development in Senegal and across francophone West Africa.