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SUGECO AGRIFOOD ENTREPRENEURS INITIATIVE

SUGECO AGRIFOOD ENTREPRENEURS INITIATIVE

13 April 2021
  The SUGECO AgriFood Entrepreneurship Initiative is a sponsored training program designed to help you make better choices and fully exploit business opportunities. It will advance the entrepreneurial capabilities of both early-stage and established Tanzanian firms. SUGECO AgriFood Entrepreneurship Initiative merges the academic excellence of *Bocconi University (Italy), University of Maryland (USA) and Sokoine University of Agriculture* wi...
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SHAMBANI MILK’s MANAGING DIRECTOR GIVES A LECTURE TO PHD CLASS

SHAMBANI MILK’s MANAGING DIRECTOR GIVES A LECTURE TO PHD CLASS

02 April 2021
  On 11th March SAEBS was honored by the visit of Mr Victor Mfinanga who is the Managing Director of Shambani Fresh Milk. Mr Mfinanga is an entrepreneur and cofounder of Shambani Fresh Milk; he is also an alumnus of the Sokoine University of Agriculture. The visit was part of our new PHD program in Agribusiness which in some occasions provides room for capitalization on the experience from pragmatic entrepreneurs in agriculture value chain....
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Postgraduate Seminars_Thursday 11th March 2021

Postgraduate Seminars_Thursday 11th March 2021

31 March 2021
Postgraduate Seminars_Thursday 11th March 2021 On Thursday the 18th of March 2021, 7  masters students presented their work, 6 their proposals and 1 finding in MBA and MSc class at the School of Agricultural Economics and Business Studies (SEABS). Aurelia I. Mbwaga a master student presenting her proposal on the Economic Efficiency of Investing in high-quality Fodder Production for ASAS Dairies Farm Limited in Iringa region. The study will;...
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In the Desire of Conquering East African Supermarket Business: What Went Wrong in Nakumatt Supermarket

In the Desire of Conquering East African Supermarket Business: What Went Wrong in Nakumatt Supermarket

31 March 2021
In the Desire of Conquering East AfricanSupermarket Business: What Went Wrongin Nakumatt Supermarket Felix Adamu Nandonde1 AbstractBy October 2017, the East African Community’s (EAC) largest retailer was declared bankrupt. All stores within and outside Kenya, namely Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania were closed. Many suppliers in EAC took the retail company to court after having suffered huge losses. Some few suppliers looted the stores with the aim o...
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