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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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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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Risky Business !

Picking up from our last discussion regarding your business model, can you give us examples of the successes and failures you’ve had with your products and suppliers ? Sure, but before we get into these, I’d like to cover some … Continue reading

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