Fw: Thankful for open doors in Rwanda (Kingdom Entrepreneur)

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“When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world.” George Washington Carver

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You can find other “Market with Meaning” but you definitely want to see “Profit with Purpose”.
I personally “Believe in Kingdom Transformation” because I know there is only ONE “Life for Significant”.

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2010年11月25日 星期四,Regent Center for Entrepreneurship <sganbaatar@regent.edu> 寫道﹕

寄件人: Regent Center for Entrepreneurship <sganbaatar@regent.edu>
主題: Thankful for open doors in Rwanda (Kingdom Entrepreneur)
收件人: incubator.hou@gmail.com
日期: 2010年11月25日,星期四,上午8:52

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Regent University Center for Entrepreneurship
Transforming People and Nations through Business November 2010
Kingdom Entrepreneur
 

From the Director

Dr. John Mulford, Director, Regent Center for EntrepreneurshipIt has been a busy fall! Jason Benedict and I developed the curriculum for the entrepreneurship training course in Rwanda, and have traveled there six times in the past few months in order to launch the program. It has been exciting to teach the first cohort at the Business Development Center in Kigali, and we look forward to seeing the new businesses our students at the BDC will start in the coming months.

One important element of our training is having visiting executives join us at the BDC to work with students and interact with the local business community. A recognized investment authority, Andrew Root, Regent MBA ’94, is just one of many individuals who are pouring into the lives of our students.

On the home front, Tom Stansbury, Regent MBA ’99, is spearheading an exciting kingdom initiative in partnership with Nelson’s Catering and The Refuge.

Finally, don’t miss the captivating picture below of Rwandan boys wearing soccer jerseys donated by Beach Junior Athletics.

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at RCE!


Inside BDC Rwanda

A student in the BDC's entrepreneurship training programMuch has happened in the first half of our 16-week entrepreneurship training program at the Business Development Center Rwanda. Our students are progressing rapidly with their business ideas: during the first half of the course, they generated and assessed the feasibility of many creative, ambitious business ideas; weeks eight and nine focused on refining these ideas. Our visiting executives helped tremendously in this task.

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