A community & network for ambitious businesses and entrepreneurs from across Africa
Network, Learn & Grow
The AMI Thrive community and network is a vibrant and ambitious community of businesses, entrepreneurs and leaders from across Africa. The community is a supportive space where individuals have the opportunity to network with other like-minded entrepreneurs, learn from each other and grow themselves and their businesses.
Sign Up & Thrive
- Access to our bi-weekly newsletter with financial and news resources and tips
- Update on upcoming open and exclusive events
- First in line for news about AMI programmes and events
Join +20,000 Thrive Subscribers
Thrive weekly newsletters has helped my business to keep up with the ongoing challenges amid the Covid-19 period.
- Nigeria-based SME manager and Thrive email subscriber
In addition to the Thrive weekly email, the Thrive community interacts and participates in a range of free and open learning and networking events offered by AMI.
AMI’s live conversation with entrepreneurs and businesses across the continent. We’ll discuss their strategies for surviving and thriving in these unprecedented times and explore ideas for other entrepreneurs across Africa.
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Thrive Community Networking & Learning Events
Thrive’s community isn’t just formed through an email list. In virtual online gatherings, we bring African entrepreneurs together for facilitated networking events. Registration for these events is required.
Ideas & Updates
Choose the future of your company and country
Does your company maintain a thriving culture beyond your influence? What structures, procedures and habits maintain things as they should be? Do your people understand what makes for sustainable success and are they committed to this? Every organisation is unique
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.
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.