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“The coaching and mentoring I got from TBN especially in business management, financial management, developing business plans and pitch deck helped me in starting an entirely new business.
For anyone looking to join TBN’s accelerator program, be ready to be an independent entrepreneur.
TBN’s coaching sessions prepares you to manage, sustain and transform your business into a profitable venture.”
At Proact, we will be grateful to TBN for ever. This journey connected me to a family that is so supportive, this has given me confidence in entrepreneurship. I got clarity of what this business is really about and more so, skills in financial management. This has helped us to sail through the tough economic terrain of Covid 19. For those joining the program, this is the oxygen you need for your business. God bless TBN.
“I am no longer the same since I underwent the training by TBN in the year 2020. I have SIGNIFICANTLY improved my leadership and Managerial SKILLS and ATTITUDES. As a business, we have developed a clear Vision and Mission, formation and implementation of strategies and strategic plan. Additionally, we have learned to leverage on TBN’s scenario tools to aid us in decision making, cost management and more so, we have improved our sales skills (making frequent and sizeable closes) and learnt how to package our business and pitch to potential investors. “
“TBN has opened a whole new world for me. I am now more motivated to create more impact to the community that we serve. With [TBN’s] support, we will be able to see a better world. I now have a strong and well-aligned team. We have been able to do research to enable us to make an informed decision on our next move.”
“Since the training and coaching, Friends of Mothers Initiative (FMI) has not remained the same. Currently, FMI exports coffee directly to USA and Europe. Thanks to the training, Rabobank foundation was able to partner with FMI to solve working capital problems. Rabobank has given FMI a loan facility amounting to $104,000 (one hundred four thousand US dollars)”