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SME Entrepreneurship 101

How do you pass on entrepreneurship to your suppliers? For a business to grow in any environment it has to feed on information that it can understand and interpret. For it to thrive, these interpretations have to be original enough … Continue reading

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NGOs and Beneficiaries: what’s in my account?!

So how about those NGOs? On the supply side, our main focus is on building the skills of our producers and this is done as our commercial relationship with them develops. Our work in this area is pragmatic, focused, and … Continue reading

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A Focus on Outcomes

How do you define your experience with suppliers? Our relationship is contextual. We see a world where food is more than just a commodity or a personal indulgence; we see food as a vehicle of exchange, of ideas, and of … Continue reading

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Developing Country Supplier Risks

So tell us a bit about supplier risks. Our primary role is to source authentic quality products for buyers in developed markets. The products are relatively hard to get a hold of because they are made by producers in developing … Continue reading

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Wesgro Beneficiaries in London

In December of 2011 we were asked by Wesgro, the official Investment & Trade Promotion Agency for the Western Cape, if we could present an overview of the U.K market to a group of their beneficiaries who were on a … Continue reading

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