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121. Akiba Commercial Bank: A partner in womens efforts
  Thursday, April 14, 2005  by Admin
  The Akiba Commercial Bank was started with the vision of reaching and providing financial services to the lower side of the market. Today’s 70 % of Akiba’s services are micro finances. Mrs. Specioza Mashauri, the Deputy Marketing Manager says women take the lions share. Akiba commercial bank tailor-made micro finance services are mostly linked to women and the poor and as such, the bank has gone an extra mile in serving women and their micro small enterprises.
 
122. More Support for SMEs
  Wednesday, April 13, 2005  by Admin
  Dr. Abdallah Kigoda has commended the Eurafrican Bank for introducing the Business Empowerment Programme saying it was a sign that the private sector had become aware and have accepted the need for proactive private public partnership in economic transformation.
 
123. More Support for SMEs
  Wednesday, April 13, 2005  by Admin
  Dr. Abdallah Kigoda has commended the Eurafrican Bank for introducing the Business Empowerment Programme saying it was a sign that the private sector had become aware and have accepted the need for proactive private public partnership in economic transformation.
 
124. E-Commerce and LDCs challenges for Enterprises and Governments
  Friday, March 18, 2005  by Admin
  This paper was prepared by Shaun Lake, Executive Director of AGN. It was presented during an e-commerce and LDCs Round Table in May 2000.
 
125. SMEs development vital for poverty reduction
  Friday, March 18, 2005  by Admin
  It is about three years since the government formulated the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) policy.

This is a realization that local small investors do not have big capital to invest in large corporations, even as shareholders.

The Small Industries Development Organisation (Sido) has been charged with implementing this policy.
 
126. Women behind Akiba small loans success
  Thursday, March 17, 2005  by Admin
  According to Mr. Tom Kore, Akiba Commercial Bank’s Managing Director, women form the majority of the banks borrowers. He said this during a presentation on “Microfinance in Tanzania: Practical Experience” at the Tanzania Bankers Association (TBA).
 
127. E-commerce training with small scale entrepreneurs in developing countries
  Thursday, March 17, 2005  by Admin
  This is a briefing drawn from observations and conclusions from two main sources: a spectrum of e-commerce training workshops run with women entrepreneurs and from case analysis of initiatives in developing transition economies.
 
128. E-Business and E-Commerce Solutions for SMEs
  Wednesday, February 23, 2005  by Admin
  This paper was presented during an e-trade strategy training organized by the Centre for International Business Development Services Ltd in collaboration with the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO. This is the Tanzanian perspective of e-commerce and e-business. Mr. Ndume presented on the following topics e-business, Network as key aspect in e-business, Importance of Network to SME, E-commerce, Difference of e-business and e-commerce, Conflict on e-commerce, Some guidelines for Online dispute resolution, Barriers for SME to adopt ICT, Opportunities , Recommendations for implementing e-business
 
129. Global Markets and the WTO: Implications for SME Management
  Wednesday, February 23, 2005  by Admin
  This paper has 4 main topics: World Trade Organization (WTO) Rules, the 2005 agreement on textile and clothing, a developing country’s preparation for WTO negotiations, and finally, developing a business advocacy.
 
130. Defining the needs of an SME
  Wednesday, February 23, 2005  by Admin
  This paper was presented during an e-trade strategy training organized by the Centre for International Business Development Services Ltd in collaboration with the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO. The paper looks at the components of a business, mainly production and marketing. The speaker also talked about management of resources of the enterprise – Information & Know-How, Human, Financial & Physical assets, and Networks & Relationships.
 
131. What is a National e-trade strategy
  Wednesday, February 23, 2005  by Admin
  This e-strategy workshop paper looks at the basic principles of the national strategy with the different national strategies, why ITC and e-commerce. It defines e-commerce, e-business, e-trade and what all this means for SMEs, including barriers facing SMEs with e-commerce.
 
132. E-Trade Bridge for SMEs - Introduction and Objectives
  Wednesday, February 23, 2005  by Admin
  This paper was presented during an organized by the Centre for International Business Development Services Ltd in collaboration with the International Trade Centre UNCTAD/WTO. This paper explores the mission and objectives of the ITC in strengthening trade support services and build international competitiveness of SMEs. It also touches on the different stages of electronic commerce development and reinforces national capacities to promote and support the adoption of e-commerce.
 
133. EABC to broaden membership
  Wednesday, February 23, 2005  by Admin
  The East African Business Council (EABC) is set to broaden its membership to include Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), tourism, agriculture, finance, banking and insurance companies.

“For EABC to be truly representative of the business community in the region, we need to bring on board the other sectors that are currently not represented in EABC,” said, EABC Chairman Hirji Shah.
 
134. CRDB Bank proves that farmers are bankable customers
  Thursday, February 17, 2005  by Admin
  The doubting Thomases in Tanzania’s banking industry about farmers being unreliable borrowers and permanent liabilities on the ‘doubtful loans’ side of the balance sheet have been proved wrong by CRDB Bank Ltd, annual results show.


 
135. SIDO yapigwa tafu
  Tuesday, February 08, 2005  by Admin
  Sekretari eti ya Jumuia ya Madola yaani (Commonwealth Secretariat) imetoa msaada wa Shilingi Million 235 kwa shirika la kuhudumia viwanda vidogo vidogo ( SIDO) ili kusaidia wafanyabiashara wadogo na wa kati waliopo katika sekta ya usindikaji nchini.

Roland Charles, Afisa Mradi kutoka idara ya ushauri katika sekretariati ya Jumuia ya Madola nchini Uingereza amesema fedha hizo zitasaidia wafanyabiashara hasa waliopo katika sekta ya usindikaji kupunguza uharibifu wa mazao na pia matunda yanayoharika mashambani.

 

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