We are thrilled to announce the winners of the Bants2Business pitching, a platform that fosters innovation, entrepreneurship, and connects young entrepreneurs with growth opportunities and mentorship.
Under The Digital Malawi Project, $7,200 was allocated to award outstanding entrepreneurs through several Bants2Business editions. Learn more about this pitching session and the winners.
Only 39% of our secondary schools are equipped with laboratories for experimentation and studies. As we are talking about the role of technology in the education sector we should stress about the use of AI and gamification to establish virtual science laboratories, shares Professor Chomora Mikeka.
Innovation is undeniably a catalyst for development, hence the dialogue being very important for a developing nation like Malawi. There is a need for the country’s public sector to improve its service delivery, so communities can lead better lives having smart cities.
Bants2Business is a multi-platform networking forum that connects young creatives, innovators and entrepreneurs. In this Conversation we have Edwin Mwanza as the facilitator, Ethel Chikhoswe and Blessings Stovu as panelists.
LET’S TALK EDTECH: The classroom of the future. This conversation will shift focus from the traditional delivery of education to the technologically advanced way of education delivery.
Ntha Foundation, in the third phase of the World Bank fully-funded Digital Malawi Project, assisted young entrepreneurs by providing Business subgrants to outstanding entrepreneurs. Learn more about the winners:
Engage with us as we converse on rebranding agriculture, by telling stories and the exchanging perceptions about agriculture and digitalization.