The ANDE West Africa Chapter and the Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation, cordially invites intermediary organizations to a workshop on Scaling Acceleration and Business Development Services.
The economic fallout of COVID-19 has been unprecedented, taking a particularly severe toll on capacity development, enterprise support organizations, and other intermediary organizations in West Africa. These businesses are critical drivers of economies around the world, creating jobs and supporting the livelihood development of communities. While many have closed, others are only just surviving.
We believe that capacity development organizations (CDOs) will have an even more critical role in the post-crisis economy than before. Our research efforts have shown that CDOs, particularly those based in emerging markets, face severe pressures to transform and adapt their services to the new reality brought on by the coronavirus crisis. These organizations require capacity development training to adjust, remodel their business, accelerate and scale.
In consideration of this, the ANDE West Africa Chapter, with support from Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) Foundation, cordially invites intermediary organizations to a workshop on Scaling Acceleration and Business Development Services. This workshop is part of our Capacity Development Workshop Series, which focuses on delivering targeted services to the SGB sector while creating more vital collaborations, delivering capacity development, and connecting organizations to relevant resources. This first workshop brings together subject matter experts and diverse intermediary support organizations, capacity development organizations, and practitioners to share expert strategies and approaches to acceleration, scale, and business modelling of Small and Growing Businesses for sustainability and scalability.
Registration is open! Please register via the link on the blue banner at the top of this page. Note: This event is FREE and open to all ANDE Members and non-ANDE members.
If you have any questions about the registration process, please get in touch with Mercy Olorunfemi.