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Andrew Chishiba Kambobe
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SAB Miller Zambia’s Wholehearted Embrace of Partnering

At a recent Business Call to Action (BCtA) high level business breakfast meeting, Mr. Ezekiel Sekele, Corporate Affairs Director for SAB Miller Zambia spoke to the gathering about the global conglomerates sustainable development approach through what it calls the 'Prosper strategy'.  He also emphasized the fact that the cornerstone of this overarching approach, critical to the company’s future success is stakeholder partnering.   The aim of the breakfast meeting was to discuss how inclusive…See More
May 18
Andrew Chishiba Kambobe posted a blog post

SAB Miller Zambia’s Wholehearted Embrace of Partnering

At a recent Business Call to Action (BCtA) high level business breakfast meeting, Mr. Ezekiel Sekele, Corporate Affairs Director for SAB Miller Zambia spoke to the gathering about the global conglomerates sustainable development approach through what it calls the 'Prosper strategy'.  He also emphasized the fact that the cornerstone of this overarching approach, critical to the company’s future success is stakeholder partnering.   The aim of the breakfast meeting was to discuss how inclusive…See More
May 11
A blog post by Andrew Chishiba Kambobe was featured

Failure is not so bad sometimes

The Business Innovation Facility (BIF) and Innovation Against Poverty (IAP) programmes support inclusive businesses.  With a development angle, inclusive businesses are unique but like other types of businesses, you can be sure that things will not to always go to plan due to a myriad of factors.  They are not exempt from stalling or even failing.  In fact, it can be said that, because of their focus on the base of pyramid where opportunities tend to be unexplored and unproven, they have a…See More
Feb 24, 2014
Andrew Chishiba Kambobe posted a blog post

Failure is not so bad sometimes

The Business Innovation Facility (BIF) and Innovation Against Poverty (IAP) programmes support inclusive businesses.  With a development angle, inclusive businesses are unique but like other types of businesses, you can be sure that things will not to always go to plan due to a myriad of factors.  They are not exempt from stalling or even failing.  In fact, it can be said that, because of their focus on the base of pyramid where opportunities tend to be unexplored and unproven, they have a…See More
Feb 19, 2014

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Imani/Musika
Title
Consultant
About My Work
Business Innovation Facility Country Manager for Zambia
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Consultant
Issues of Interest
Inclusive Business: Value Chains, Inclusive Business: Products and Services
Main Reason for Joining this Site
Networking with fellow practitioners

Andrew Chishiba Kambobe's Blog

SAB Miller Zambia’s Wholehearted Embrace of Partnering

At a recent Business Call to Action (BCtA) high level business breakfast meeting, Mr. Ezekiel Sekele, Corporate Affairs Director for SAB Miller Zambia spoke to the gathering about the global conglomerates sustainable development approach through what it calls the 'Prosper strategy'.  He also emphasized the fact that the cornerstone of this overarching approach, critical to the company’s future success is stakeholder partnering.   The aim of the breakfast meeting was to discuss how inclusive…

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Posted on May 11, 2016 at 18:00

Failure is not so bad sometimes

The Business Innovation Facility (BIF) and Innovation Against Poverty (IAP) programmes support inclusive businesses.  With a development angle, inclusive businesses are unique but like other types of businesses, you can be sure that things will not to always go to plan due to a myriad of factors.  They are not exempt from stalling or even failing.  In fact, it can be said that, because of their focus on the base of pyramid where opportunities tend to be unexplored and unproven, they have a…

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Posted on February 19, 2014 at 16:00

iSchool Launches

BIF supported project, iSchool Zambia Limited launched their e-learning tablet, the ZEduPad, on the 25th of September. The ZEduPad is a tablet computer pre-loaded with over 5000 lessons translated in the eight official languages spoken in Zambia. The lessons are designed to provide interactive learning for pupils in grades 1 to 7. There are two…

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Posted on October 22, 2013 at 16:30 — 1 Comment

When Things Go Off the Rails

When you are involved in programs such as the Business Innovation Facility (BIF) especially as we make the final approach to landing the pilot, the inclination sometimes is to talk more about the successes with the failures only receiving passing mention. But as a donor funded initiative with a focus on generating lessons from providing technical assistance to inclusive businesses, we feel these should not only encompass the good of the Facility but also the bad and the ugly of the…

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Posted on June 24, 2013 at 15:00 — 2 Comments

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At 12:29 on June 6, 2013, Edward Chanda said…

Good afternoon Andrew, am a new member of the Practitioner Hub network,Zambia, based in Katete, eastern Province.

I have developed a sustainable biomass energy business with improved cook stove, promoting energy from forest and agricultural wastes and domestic and industrial residues.

Due to financial challenges, am unable to roll it out.

Could i share this concept with so you could advice how i proceed?

Chanda.

email: mwambae63@yahoo.com

At 7:57 on July 18, 2011, Cecilia Zimba said…
Hi Andrew! I need some help completing the Budget. Is it the Budget for the entire Company or simply for thebudget for the  funding froim IAP
At 20:51 on June 27, 2011, Cecilia Zimba said…
Hi Andrew! This is a good network and we at GreenLaiti are  looking forward to building on from IAP capacities that will make our business sustainable
 
 
 

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