AMI and Rwanda Chamber of Women Entrepreneurs partner to offer free business skills to female entrepreneurs in Rwanda
The partnership will see at least 100 female entrepreneurs in Rwanda receive advanced training and advisory to support their businesses to thrive.
AMI’ November Entrepreneur of the Month
Meet Udekwe Kenneth Uche, our AMI entrepreneur of the month. Uche is the CEO of Natal Care, a social enterprise that was recognized by the Ghanian president H.E Nana Akufo-Addo, for their work in providing an all-inclusive innovative solution to prevent and reduce maternal and infant mortality rates in Africa.
The thought-habits of resilience
The Covid-19 crisis, while not to be underestimated, too shall pass in one way or another, writes Jonathan Cook, co-founder and chairman of AMI.
COVID-19 Relief and Recovery For Rwandan Entrepreneurs From AMI In Partnership with Mastercard Foundation
Partnership will provide free business learning for 2,500 SMEs and entrepreneurs through virtual business growth and resilience programs in response to COVID-19 crisis
AMI’ October Entrepreneur of the Month
AMI's October Entrepreneur of the Month
Why Women’s Day is for men. No, really
A column by AMI co-founder Jonathan Cook, written on National Women’s Day for men who are not sexist, because we still have so much to learn. I believe Women’s Day has a message for men who run businesses.
87% of African small businesses fear they may not survive Covid-19 crisis – survey
In response to the survey, 62% of SME owners also said that COVID-19 has had a high-impact on customer demand and 49% said their product supply has been highly impacted.
5 things African SMEs need right now
AMI's CEO and co-founder, Rebecca Harrison, reviews the results of our recent survey of entrepreneurs showing that 87% of business owners are worried about surviving the current crisis, while 67% say business has been hit hard since the introduction of social distancing, lockdowns and curfews on the continent.
How to open doors during Africa’s COVID-19 small business slump
AMI's Rwanda country manager explores how AMI's tools can help you take control of your business, make cost and revenue forecasts, open your eyes to new revenue streams and show you where you can cut cost.
Africa’s “Business Survival Bootcamp” is virtual medicine for businesses fighting off COVID-19 slump
The African Management Institute (AMI) has launched a free online learning programme aimed at helping Africa’s businesses and entrepreneurs survive the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Measures provide relief to businesses as part of Kenyan government COVID-19 response
With the Coronavirus (COVID-19) posing challenges for economic growth in Kenya, President Uhuru Kenyatta enacted a number of interventions to reduce the financial burden on the country's businesses and entrepreneurs.
Keep Thriving: AMI Learning & COVID-19
We're focused on helping ambitious businesses across Africa to thrive, even in the face of serious challenges like COVID-19. So let's keep thriving!