TechnoServe's blog highlights the lessons and successes from our work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
In fragile environments like northern Uganda, opportunities for youth are a vital pillar of lasting economic development.
Owners of mom and pop shops in Nairobi are making small changes that add up to big profits.
Global Entrepreneurship Director, Juan Carlos Thomas, reflects on addressing the risk of failure in TechnoServe's work with small and growing businesses.
TechnoServe's global entrepreneurship director challenges conventional wisdom about how to help businesses grow.
Jane Abramovich, leader of TechnoServe's Access to Finance Practice Group, and TechnoServe consultant Evan Spark-DePass explore the role of intermediaries in helping businesses access financing and scale their enterprises.