GFA Daily Digest Monday, January 4, 2021
Egyptian Entrepreneur Builds E-commerce Platform To Connects Small Retailers To Suppliers
In 2018, he teamed up with Mohamed Ben Halim and formed the e-commerce marketplace MaxAB to connect informal food and grocery sellers – the micro-retailers who make up 90% of the grocery market – with suppliers. Read more
Driving Entrepreneurial Growth Through Mentoring
The significant number of job losses in South Africa in 2020 now means more people need to find some way to bring in income – many will become entrepreneurs and will start small or even medium enterprises. Read more
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Small Business Resolutions To Boost Your Cash Flow In 2021
Staying in the green has always been a priority for small business owners. Now, more than ever, you need to take control and manage your finances to ensure long-term growth and sustainability. Read more
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GFA Attract Interview With Mostafa Khaled Abdel Akher (Entrepreneur Edition)
In this episode of GFA Attract (Entrepreneur edition) we interviewed, Mr. Mostafa who graduated from the German University in Cairo in 2013, where he received a B.A degree in Management Technology with double core majors in Economics and Innovation. Mostafa now works with Makwa. An Egyptian startup focused on innovation, Makwa aims to offer convenience in the dry clean & laundry sector, through the application of digital technology. Watch Here
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