What we do
AMI offers tailored tools and training to meet the needs of our clients and partners.
Enterprise & Supplier Development
AMI is transforming business learning and development for South African businesses and entrepreneurs. Focused on helping ambitious businesses grow and thrive, our programmes accelerate job creation and revenue growth with bespoke learning and measurable results for Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) and Socio-Economic Development (SED).Read more
Survive to Thrive
AMI’s Survive to Thrive programme offers practical tools and strategies to apply to your business immediately as you navigate unexpected challenges. The six-month virtual programme will support you and your team as you quickly adapt, while also helping you prepare for the future.Read more
Entrepreneurship in Agribusiness
Enable aspiring entrepreneurs in the agri-business sector to develop a business model and plan to get their agri-venture off the ground.Read more
Start Your Business
Empower aspiring entrepreneurs with this blended programme that guides them through the key steps to getting a business off the ground.Read more
Professionalise and strengthen micro-enterprises by helping entrepreneurs develop simple but effective organisational practices for resilience and growth.Read more
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.
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.