On June 29th, 2017, Enablis Ghana, in partnership with the Margins Group, has officially launched a youth empowerment program to create an opportunity for any youth with a business idea or existing business to be guided and mentored in developing a sustainable and profitable business in the Information Communication Technology (ICT) sector.
Charles Sirois, Founder and Chairman of Enablis Entrepreneurial Network, is travelling to Africa from June 6 until June 11, 2014. This trip has taken him to Bamako, Mali and Dakar, Senegal to officialise the launch of two new Enablis branches.
This is an interview published in the Montreal-based French-Language daily newspaper La Presse on May 20, 2014.
Charles Sirois explains in French his vision of how entrepreneurs can solve poverty in the developing world.
The closing ceremony of the Business Plan Competition Training took place on the 7th of February at the Enablis house in Accra, Ghana.
Eric Muthomi, founder of Stawi Foods and Fruits in Kenya, is a unique example of how one entrepreneur can create sustainable growth for communities. He started a business based on a unique nutritional product for the Kenyan market: banana flour. The idea he developed now allows small-holder farmers in Kenya to marginally earn a fraction more on their bananas than they would have made if they sold it in the local markets.