Young mentors from UBC Sauder School of Business team up with an ambitious Kenyan entrepreneur to adapt to pandemic
Entrepreneur Rachel Irungu, of Kibera, Kenya, started a local business with the help of students of the UBC Sauder Social Entrepreneurship program.
Yes, we were in Kenya to fuel entrepreneurship, but in return we gained valuable perspective on how businesses run in other contexts and places.
Toronto-based Pavani Chugh went to Kenya to teach business, marketing and financial management skills to local entrepreneurs. The educational trip was a component of the UBC Sauder Social Entrepreneurship program.
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