Arriving into Dodoma Isanga
Arriving into Dodoma Isanga
Pitching order
Pitching order

Team leader Maria Kwirine writes the pitching order for entrepreneurs. Each individual, or group, has 30 minutes to pitch there business plan to the panel.

Entrepreneur Najma Mussa
Entrepreneur Najma Mussa

Najma was pitching for seed funding to buy clothing materials, for her business designing and making shirts.

Entrepreneur Prince Daniel
Entrepreneur Prince Daniel

Prince was pitching for start up capital for a business producing and selling cooking oil.

Pitching for a potato business
Pitching for a potato business
Entrepreneurs Hamidu and Aidan
Entrepreneurs Hamidu and Aidan
Market competition
Market competition

Deputy operations manager Jonathan Ngonyani questions two entrepreneurs about potential business competitors in surrounding villages.

A gas supplying enterprise
A gas supplying enterprise

Two successful entrepreneurs received seed funding for an enterprise supplying gas to the surrounding villages where they live.

The panel
The panel

Volunteer Sylivanus, deputy operation managers Alfie, Jonathan and Denish, and TFCG representative Michael.

Entrepreneur Aisha Ibrahmu
Entrepreneur Aisha Ibrahmu

Entrepreneur Aisha has been selling charcoal on the roadside for many years. She was pitching to start her own business, sourcing and selling charcoal. She was successful with her pitch and received seed funding for her business.

Entrepreneur Alfa Harod Mgasa
Entrepreneur Alfa Harod Mgasa
Pitching for a chilli business
Pitching for a chilli business

Alfa was pitching for seed funding to start up a business producing and selling chillies. He has been growing and selling chillies since he was a child, and hoped to be able to work for himself. Alfa was succesful in getting funding for his enterprise.

Assessing each pitch
Assessing each pitch
Pitching with experience
Pitching with experience

Two successful entrepreneurs pitched for seed funding to start a cooking oil business. They are highly experienced, but could never previously raise the capital to start their own enterprise.

Cash flow
Cash flow

Deputy operations manager Alfie Batt is responsible for checking through each of the entrepreneurs finance strategies for the coming 12 months. An accurate cash flow chart is crucial to be considered for funding.

Entrepreneur Juliana Salmoni
Entrepreneur Juliana Salmoni

Juliana successfully pitched for funding to open her own dispensary, supplying medicine to the village.

Business strategies
Business strategies

Volunteers assist entrepreneurs with last minute checks, through their business strategy reports and cash flow charts. Entrepreneurs and volunteers spend weeks perfecting their business models before pitching.

Qualifications
Qualifications

Entrepreneurs pitching for start up capital for a chicken farm. Entrepreneurs often bring their qualifications to support their pitch.

Pitching with Denish and Michael
Pitching with Denish and Michael

Michael works with the Tanzania Forestry Conservation Group (TFCG). TFCG is an important partner in helping Raleigh to set up sustainable businesses for the community, particularly for businesses in sustainable charcoal, timber and beekeeping.

A haircutting salon
A haircutting salon

A successful entrepreneur gets seed funding to start his own hairdressing business.

 

Pitching assessment
Pitching assessment

The panel discus the applications and asses who will receive seed funding. Assessments are based on a sound business plan, accurate cash flow chart, a demonstration of skills applicable to the business, evidence of in depth market research and a drive to succeed.

Qualifications
Qualifications

A group of successful entrepreneurs display their qualifications.

Pitching for an embroidery business
Pitching for an embroidery business

A successful entrepreneur receives funding for her clothing enterprise. She will make and sell her own designs door to door.

Shopping day in Kilosa
Shopping day in Kilosa

Purchasing 6 bicycles for a bicycle rental business.

Purchasing a new sewing machine
Purchasing a new sewing machine
Buying dress making materials
Buying dress making materials
Shopping in Kilosa
Shopping in Kilosa

Two entrepreneurs purchase equipment, to start their cooking oil refinery business.

Shopping for materials
Shopping for materials

Entrepreneurs purchasing materials and tools necessary to build a chicken coop for their chicken farm.

Bicycles for a rental business
Bicycles for a rental business

An entrepreneur waits with his new bicycles, for his bicycle rental business. His main customers will be farmers who cant afford their own transport, and have to walk for miles everyday to and from the fields where they work.

Loading the van
Loading the van
Entrepreneurs head back to village
Entrepreneurs head back to village
Arriving into Dodoma Isanga
Pitching order
Entrepreneur Najma Mussa
Entrepreneur Prince Daniel
Pitching for a potato business
Entrepreneurs Hamidu and Aidan
Market competition
A gas supplying enterprise
The panel
Entrepreneur Aisha Ibrahmu
Entrepreneur Alfa Harod Mgasa
Pitching for a chilli business
Assessing each pitch
Pitching with experience
Cash flow
Entrepreneur Juliana Salmoni
Business strategies
Qualifications
Pitching with Denish and Michael
A haircutting salon
Pitching assessment
Qualifications
Pitching for an embroidery business
Shopping day in Kilosa
Purchasing a new sewing machine
Buying dress making materials
Shopping in Kilosa
Shopping for materials
Bicycles for a rental business
Loading the van
Entrepreneurs head back to village
Arriving into Dodoma Isanga
Pitching order

Team leader Maria Kwirine writes the pitching order for entrepreneurs. Each individual, or group, has 30 minutes to pitch there business plan to the panel.

Entrepreneur Najma Mussa

Najma was pitching for seed funding to buy clothing materials, for her business designing and making shirts.

Entrepreneur Prince Daniel

Prince was pitching for start up capital for a business producing and selling cooking oil.

Pitching for a potato business
Entrepreneurs Hamidu and Aidan
Market competition

Deputy operations manager Jonathan Ngonyani questions two entrepreneurs about potential business competitors in surrounding villages.

A gas supplying enterprise

Two successful entrepreneurs received seed funding for an enterprise supplying gas to the surrounding villages where they live.

The panel

Volunteer Sylivanus, deputy operation managers Alfie, Jonathan and Denish, and TFCG representative Michael.

Entrepreneur Aisha Ibrahmu

Entrepreneur Aisha has been selling charcoal on the roadside for many years. She was pitching to start her own business, sourcing and selling charcoal. She was successful with her pitch and received seed funding for her business.

Entrepreneur Alfa Harod Mgasa
Pitching for a chilli business

Alfa was pitching for seed funding to start up a business producing and selling chillies. He has been growing and selling chillies since he was a child, and hoped to be able to work for himself. Alfa was succesful in getting funding for his enterprise.

Assessing each pitch
Pitching with experience

Two successful entrepreneurs pitched for seed funding to start a cooking oil business. They are highly experienced, but could never previously raise the capital to start their own enterprise.

Cash flow

Deputy operations manager Alfie Batt is responsible for checking through each of the entrepreneurs finance strategies for the coming 12 months. An accurate cash flow chart is crucial to be considered for funding.

Entrepreneur Juliana Salmoni

Juliana successfully pitched for funding to open her own dispensary, supplying medicine to the village.

Business strategies

Volunteers assist entrepreneurs with last minute checks, through their business strategy reports and cash flow charts. Entrepreneurs and volunteers spend weeks perfecting their business models before pitching.

Qualifications

Entrepreneurs pitching for start up capital for a chicken farm. Entrepreneurs often bring their qualifications to support their pitch.

Pitching with Denish and Michael

Michael works with the Tanzania Forestry Conservation Group (TFCG). TFCG is an important partner in helping Raleigh to set up sustainable businesses for the community, particularly for businesses in sustainable charcoal, timber and beekeeping.

A haircutting salon

A successful entrepreneur gets seed funding to start his own hairdressing business.

 

Pitching assessment

The panel discus the applications and asses who will receive seed funding. Assessments are based on a sound business plan, accurate cash flow chart, a demonstration of skills applicable to the business, evidence of in depth market research and a drive to succeed.

Qualifications

A group of successful entrepreneurs display their qualifications.

Pitching for an embroidery business

A successful entrepreneur receives funding for her clothing enterprise. She will make and sell her own designs door to door.

Shopping day in Kilosa

Purchasing 6 bicycles for a bicycle rental business.

Purchasing a new sewing machine
Buying dress making materials
Shopping in Kilosa

Two entrepreneurs purchase equipment, to start their cooking oil refinery business.

Shopping for materials

Entrepreneurs purchasing materials and tools necessary to build a chicken coop for their chicken farm.

Bicycles for a rental business

An entrepreneur waits with his new bicycles, for his bicycle rental business. His main customers will be farmers who cant afford their own transport, and have to walk for miles everyday to and from the fields where they work.

Loading the van
Entrepreneurs head back to village
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