Knowledge creation by carrying out agribusiness research for development
Supporting agribusiness micro-enterprises through business advising.
Agribusiness capacity building for Africa’s development
The increased talent based in Africa allows companies to expand and can do that with an industrial perspective through our boot camps.
My first experience with the business simulation game was so exciting, majorly because I interacted with a learning model that enabled the learning of crucial business principles through a favorable non-academic approach. I was impressed by its pluralism and inclusive nature. Incorporating a wide spectrum of participants from diverse educational and socio-economic backgrounds, which is very representative of the real business world. I was mainly stuck by the how the game brought out the aspect of prioritization. My teammates and I always had to think ahead, think of the market days, paying creditors, buy stock e.t.c, consequently we made more informed choices of the cash flow based on the priorities. I have since been able to put this principle of prioritization into practice in our mango enterprise at Pacho farms. I really thank the conveners of the event and the game designers for the bold effort in fusing education and entertainment for adult learning, a noble idea for 21st century knowledge transfer.