Business Information Centres
Many developing countries lack access to relevant business information. It is often outdated, expensive, not specific to local needs and available from isolated sources.
Refurbished Computer Programme
A key factor that determines the extent to which SMEs can utilize ICT is affordability. Today’s reality is that the price of new computers is beyond the reach of most SMEs in developing countries.
Electronic Waste (e-waste)
While the environmental services industry is a multi-billion dollar outfit, it is largely absent in developing countries. This is both a threat and a missed business opportunity.
Local software Initiative
The vast majority of software and hardware industries are located in the developed world. Developing countries often lack local expertise and are unable to participate globally.
Entrepreneurship Curriculum Programme
Many young people in developing countries lack access to modern education on business development and the use of ICT, thus hindering their ability to compete in the job-market.