Online Business School for Africa

Thank you very much, Prof. Ndemo, for sharing.

Best regards,

David

On Saturday, July 13, 2019, Bitange Ndemo via kictanet <
kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:

> *Triciabiz Launches Online Business School for Entrepreneurs in Africa*
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> Business coach and trainer, TriciaBiz has launched an online business
> school, Business Lab Africa with the aim of helping entrepreneurs in Africa
> succeed in business. The school, which offers a new approach to learning,
> is subscription-based and is geared towards providing quality content at a
> price MSMEs can afford.
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> According to its management, not only is BLA easily accessible via mobile
> or web, it also offers knowledge that is practical, qualitative and locally
> relevant. Courses on the BLA curriculum, are taught by business experts
> from around the world covering a wide range of business subject areas
> including Marketing, Sales, Global Expansion, Business Structure and
> Processes, Business Models and more.
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> Speaking on the operations of the platform, Lead Trainer of the school,
> Tricia Ikponmwonba said that BLA’s faculty consists of trainers with deep
> business knowledge having consulted and trained for several Fortune 100
> companies and taught a combined pool of over 1 million entrepreneurs
> through their online and in-class courses/workshops. She revealed that the
> school has trained over twenty thousand people in Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda,
> United States, United Kingdom and the UAE.
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> “At BLA, we are poised towards our simple goal; helping entrepreneurs
> succeed in business. To achieve this, we have adapted a blended learning
> model where we make use of several methods that simplifies the entire
> process.
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> “One of our methods is instructor learning which is achieved via recorded
> videos addressing specific sub-topics under the subject area for the month,
> Live classes with experts to answer burning questions you might have and
> “worksheets/templates for guidance,” she said.
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> The school also uses peer-to-peer learning in its online community where
> fellow learners can teach each other ideas that have worked for them and
> build on the belief that to teach is to learn twice and most importantly
> the use of case studies.
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> Ikponmwonba said that BLA boasts of differentiating factors from other
> learning platforms which includes using content that is curated
> specifically for the African market, the use of recorded videos and live
> classes for access to the experts and for further learning through Q and A.
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> “We also have a support system consisting of community coaches who are on
> ground to respond to any questions learners have which can be communicated
> in the comment section of each lesson,” s/he said.
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> By 2022, BLA hopes to have empowered 100,000 entrepreneurs with the
> much-needed tools to succeed.
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> Entrepreneurs who were present at the launch include: Funke Bucknor, CEO
> Zapphaire Events; Jimi Tewe, CEO The Jimi Tewe Company and Gbubemi Fregene,
> Head Chef at Chef Fregz.
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> For more information contact
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> *Celestine Achi*
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> 34 Lawson Street
> <www.google.com/maps/search/34+Lawson+Street?entry=gmail&source=g>,
> off Moloney,
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> Lagos Island
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> Mobile: 2348037197175
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> Email: celestine@cihangroup.net
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> www.cihangroup.net
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> www.kairosweb.tv
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