by M Luciana Before embarking on my International Citizen Service Entrepreneurship placement in Lusaka, Zambia, I had little knowledge of sustainable business, and even less knowledge of its potential to complexly contribute to development. I certainly did not expect that the enhancement of said knowledge would come from consulting a business in the hospitality industry. […]
by Joe Wright Back in Yorkshire, me daily commute t’ Leeds was a slow crawl down the M62 in my run down Renault Clio. When I finally arrived at the office, I’d pop the kettle on and brew me-self an industrial sized cup of coffee to keep me going until lunch, which was usually a […]
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Umodzi Consulting‘s Tione Kaonga reflects on the range of factors inhibiting private sector growth in Malawi in this insightful blog post.
Providing businesses with the means to grow is an advance on the misguided approach of the ‘voluntourism’ trade, says Amy Bodel in today’s edition of The Scotsman.
It has been a busy month for Umodzi Consulting, the consultancy firm established in Malawi through our Scottish Government funded Capacity Building for Enterprise project.