AMI and Rwanda Chamber of Young Entrepreneurs partner to offer virtual business training programmes to young business leaders
Through this partnership, at least 600 entrepreneurs from all districts in Rwanda will have access to AMI business training programmes.
AMI’s 2020 Impact Report: A year of struggle, hope and resilience
AMI has released its 2020 Impact Report which provides a snapshot of the company's impact drawing on quantitative and qualitative data from businesses and individuals across Africa. As the outlook remains uncertain for Africa's MSMEs in 2021, the report explores insights gained from supporting businesses and entrepreneurs with practical tools and training.
How to Celebrate MSME Day 2021 After a Challenging Year
It was a hard year and it may be difficult for business owners to think about celebrating. AMI shares why we should thankful for MSMEs, especially over the last year, and provides some practical ways for MSMEs to celebrate and take action on #MSMEDay21
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
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.
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.
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.
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
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.