|Application deadline||Oct 24|
|Program dates||Nov 5, 2018 - Jul 11, 2019|
|Location||Anza, Kili Hub, Sangana Street, Moshi, Tanzania|
|Targets||Tanzania, United Republic of|
|Sectors||Agribusiness, Education, Healthcare, Renewable energy, Water, sanitation and hygiene|
The Anza Accelerator is not your typical 3 week boot camp aimed to spark ideas.
This is an intensive 8 month consultation service for businesses that are currently operating and serious about growing.
An Anza business development advisor will assess your business to identify the strengths and challenges facing your business. This assessment will then form the basis of a tailored work plan that will map out exactly what you need to do in order to reach your goals with clear deliverables.
You will receive:
- One on one consulting with a business development advisor that knows and understands your business,
- Regular training sessions covering finance, HR, marketing & sales, accounting and tax
- An international professional who will provide assistance in a specific area of your business for 4-6 weeks
- Eligibility to apply for flexible and affordable loans from the Anza Growth Fund
Learn more about the Anza at anza.co.com
Ready to apply? Visit anza.co.com/apply
What our clients say about us?
“In a low period for our business, Anza discovered us and gave us legs to run. Safe Water Ceramics of East Africa has been able to network with like-minded individuals and organizations, obtain needed resources, and is poised for substantial growth.”– Tracy Howkins, Safe Water Ceramics of East Africa
“I enjoy working with them very much. They are a value add organization. We are so glad to be there partners! Individually our success and growth is a result of working together with Anza.” – Jeff Hollister, Sikubora”
“I wanted to see a clear business plan, clear accounting procedures and processes and ways and means to reach networks. Ordinary consultation for these services were way too expensive and when Anza came our way they had just the right custom made solutions for the problems we wanted solved” – John Mugo, Micro Health Initiative
“Since I joined Anza, I have learned a lot, especially on the financial part of the business. Anza helped me to identify unit production costs, what to prioritise when making financial decisions and proper record keeping” – Abigael Leina, Vyonne Enterprises