The Women Entrepreneurs Week is celebrated during the week, October 13 to 19 2018. This week helps bring together entrepreneurs from every part of the world to connect and exchange experiences of failures and successes, helping each other to evolve even more!
We wish all entrepreneurs a great Women's Entrepreneurs Week; to keep on fighting and moving forward, inspiring more, learning more and becoming more and more independent.
This past week we attended a conference hosted by the ICC and Technoserve in Maputo, Mozambique. Our founder, Suzana Moreira was invited as a panelist, discuss the role of women in internal trade and some of the challenges experienced by Mozambican women traders.
More than 7 million Mozambicans work in the informal sector across different sectors of activity, with the majority working across the agriculture va...
We are excited to be part of the 2017 Tony Elumelu Foundation cohort. We submitted our entry just 30 minutes before the deadline and at that stage almost 92,000 other entrepreneurs had submitted their entries. So hearing that we were in the 2017 cohort was very humbling. See who else was selected here
A huge thank you to all the reviewers for selecting our entry.
It is wonderful to see that our capacity building initiative, Mabiz is empowering our traders. The feedback from our traders was overwhelmingly positive. Read about Mabiz in the local newspaper, Journal Noticias.
This year’s annual Drivers of Change/Investing in the Future Awards sponsored jointly by Southern Africa Trust with Mail and Guardian was hosted on 28th October 2014.
It was an absolute privilege to be among a group of people who care deeply about the region. All finalists presented scalable solutions to address some of the challenges that we are all too familiar with. Mowoza was shortlisted for the Business category award alon...
Mobile Survey Assignment on Cross Border Traders for the World Bank
During July and August we conducted a mobile questionnaire to understand under what conditions informal cross-border traders conduct their businesses. The results, which we delivered to the World Bank, highlighted the need for customs reform and capacity building. The questionnaire was an excellent opportunity for us to interact with the informal cross-border t...