Freetown Pitch Night Report Theme: Mayor’s Pitch Night Special
Original source and pictures + a pdf version With a focus on managing waste in Freetown, the “Mayor’s Pitch Night Special” held on 1st August, 2018 was an outstanding example of how Freetown’s business community can generate solutions to some of our most pressing problems. The event was opened byRead More
FINIC IS AT IT AGAIN ! HAS INVENTED “BEST EVER” EFFECTIVE AND AFFORDABLE PALM OIL PROCESSING MACHINE.
The Fomel Industry and National Industrialization Centre called FINIC for short, is delighted yet again to make a publication about another invention. This publication is about an invention targeted at finding a solution to the drudgery problem of processing palm oil faced by small oil palm plantation holders. They areRead More
Enabling the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Sierra Leone.
The term ‘ecosystem’ in a business context was coined by Moore (1993) in an article where he argued that businesses do not evolve as isolated entities but develop through interaction with suppliers, financiers and customers. Stam (2015) proposed entrepreneurial ecosystems are “a set of interdependent actors and factors coordinated inRead More
Digital Disruption:- A game changer in Sierra Leone
“Disruptive innovation is transforming Africa’s economic potential, creating new target markets and unprecedented consumer choice.” Pwc The World Economic Forum states: “Africa is no longer looking to the rest of the world for their answers. Instead, they are creating their own through disruptive and transformative technologies. And many of theseRead More
FINIC TECHNOLOGY REMOVES THE DRUDGERY (TEDIOUS AND EXHAUSTING WORK) IN PALM OIL PROCESSING FOR THE SMALL FARM HOLDER.
Palm oil processing for the small holder is a daunting task. Usually, the traditional practice involves using the feet to crush the sterilized fruits in an effort to rupture the oil bearing cells to maximise the oil recovery chances. The process is not only tedious but also compromises the hygiene.Read More