We deal with the "boring" stuff to allow you to focus on building your legacy
MAMA Ventures is a women-led growth accelerator company that works with businesses to actualize business ideas towards profitability and sustainability. Founded in May 2016, MAMA has worked with business owners from both ends of the economy scale to launch business ideas to profit making ventures.
At MAMA, we use the evolving Entrepreneurship Toolkit to guide trainings and workshops for schools & universities, self-help groups (women, disabled & youth), SMEs and Start-Ups and business leaders.
FACETS OF MAMA
According to a survey by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), approximately 400,000 micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) do not get to celebrate their second anniversary. MAMA addresses this problem through inclusive trainings and capacity building workshops.
TRANSFERABLE SKILL DEVELOPMENT
ALIGNED WITH GLOBAL SDGs
MAMA Ventures works with accomplished partners in leadership and life coaching to streamline internal business processes for the success and sustainability of the business.
We also engage with students to nurture a global thinking and learning culture to stand out on any portfolio - as a job creator and employee.
MAMA works with self help groups to jump-start business ideas to profit generating ideas that can sustain their livelihoods.
"MAMA has helped me launch my business and understand the key areas of focus to make my business of customizable gifts grow beyond my inner circle market. I also gave back to MAMA by training the youth group at Edmund Rice Advocacy Network in Ngong', Kajiado with their project on recycling glass for art." - Mercie Karumba
The Entrepreneurship Toolkit is based upon a research funded by MAMA Ventures to determine the behavioral competencies and entrepreneurial aspirations to distinguish successful entrepreneurs from each other by their experiences – both of success and failure.
Focused group discussions and interviews lasting up to a cumulative two months were conducted in both formal and informal settings from several existing and hypothetical businesses. The MAMA team, comprised of consultants, educationalists and entrepreneurs as well as volunteer curators, compared the answers, reviewed the discussions and evaluated the concept of behavioral economics to understand what the differences were in comparing the personal competencies, the actions and the thoughts of the entrepreneurs.
After months of testing, we at MAMA came to understand and identify the pattern behind the culture of Entrepreneurship from one business to the next. We tailored the Toolkit towards the Entrepreneurial Competencies and Behavioral Economics.
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