23.11.2016

Building Innovative Business Models for Tanzanian Entrepreneurs

As part of the SEPT and iN4iN Africa's Roundtable Forum on SMEs Innovation and Responsive Policies 2016, a Boot Camp on "Building an Innovative Business Model" was organized on the 22nd November, 2016 for Tanzanian Entrepreneurs.

The entrepreneurs were introduced to business tools which are used to improve business models. They were coached on how to apply these tools to their business models. The entrepreneurs came from different parts of Tanzania doing business in different sectors. Members of the iN4iN Africa network and  representatives from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania took part in the Boot Camp.

The Boot Camp was organized in collaboration with University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

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