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Dear Enablis Stakeholders, This year, Enablis celebrates remarkable results in driving economic development and empowering entrepreneurs. The Enablis Entrepreneurial Network grew by 47% to 1,094 entrepreneur members in fiscal 2010, marking the seventh year of rapid and geographical growth. Our footprint in Africa now includes chapters in South Africa, mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda and Ghana. As we move into 2011, we will look to further growth in Africa and expansion into Latin America. This year’s annual independent survey of Enablis entrepreneurs confirmed that members had collectively created 4,187 full- and part-time jobs, for a total of nine new jobs, on average, for each member. Since 2005, when the survey was first commissioned, Enablis members have created 8,555 full- and part-time jobs across Africa. Using a socio-economic impact multiplier, it is estimated that another 644,736 household members benefited from both the direct and indirect jobs created.
Last year was another challenging year for our members. The world economy, and particularly Africa, was still recovering from the previous year. Nevertheless, Enablis members continued to improve their business skills and grow their businesses, many of them benefiting from the numerous networking opportunities offered throughout the year. in South Africa alone, over 80 events allowed members to learn new skills or simply exchange business cards following lively discussions and debate Since from one of our many excellent guest speakers. the launch of Enablis in 2004, there are 1,094 Enablis entrepreneurs networking and learning together from 12 network nodes located in South, East and west Africa. This past year, we welcomed our 1,000th member, mr. Ranson Lema, from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and founder of Anointed Handicraft Enterprises. mr. Lema exemplifies the quality of entrepreneurs who subscribe to Enablis values and the diversity of member During businesses that populate the Enablis network. fiscal 2010, 13 transactions totalling US$2.8 million since 2005 to Enablis members were approved in South Africa and Kenya. This brings the total approved funding since inception to US$13.4 million for For fiscal 2010, The return to investors 88 entrepreneurs. on the vintage 2004 expansion fund, Enablis Khula Loan Trust, was 3.6%, down from 9.8% last year. The Enablis Loan Fund in East Africa was awaiting its first disbursements at fiscal year-end. The combined default rate for our expansion and start-up funds in South Africa stood at 11.15%, which was in line last year with comparable financial intermediaries. A total of US$552,000 in loans were repaid in full. Enablis launched a number of new partnerships last year including Chase Bank in Kenya, National microCredit Bank in Tanzania and UT Bank in Ghana. we were also awarded large grants from our global founding and Africa partners Accenture, Telesystem and microsoft. Their support has allowed us to continue growing the network in Africa and shortly to Latin America. The Enablis Foundation also announced plans to launch an “Adopt an Entrepreneur” campaign in fiscal 2010. This will provide Enablis entrepreneurs with support from individual donors wanting to make a direct contribution to member success. Our approach to Enablis Circles is also changing. The main objective of the Enablis Centre of Excellence for fiscal 2010 was to formalise, streamline and implement the Enablis Circles programme across Africa within a framework of excellence. The major accomplishment for the programme was the development of a tool that allows the Enablis Circles facilitators of each chapter to meet on a quarterly basis to share their successes and challenges, and to improve implementation in each Enablis continues to conduct its independent annual region. surveys to measure impact throughout the network. Last year’s survey highlighted the importance of networking to our entrepreneurs and the value of member-to-member contacts, which resulted in 1,964 new business contacts over the last 12 months. This is an average of four new contacts per member. Peer referrals at Enablis events, Enablis Circle
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meetings or through the GENiE member portal are another way the Enablis network is improving the sustainability of member in Kenya, 88% of the members surveyed businesses. felt that they had improved their knowledge and business skills since joining Enablis. Similarly, in South Africa, 78% of members felt that The Enablis Enablis had improved their business skills. Entrepreneurial Network is contributing to stimulating innovation and job creation through its yearly Enablis Business LaunchPad Competition, an initiative Enablis hosts in many countries around the African continent together with international and local partners. The Enablis Business LaunchPad Competition in South Africa, Kenya and shortly in Ghana attracts a large number of business plans and is the biggest such competition in Africa. A business plan is the core of any business and one of the Enablis LaunchPad’s objectives is to promote proper business plan writing skills. in South Africa alone last year, the Enablis LaunchPad Competition reached more than 19 million individuals through its media exposure. There were 6,655 registered applicants and 2,505 business plan entries submitted. winners were awarded cash prizes, financing for their business, products and services, and most importantly national Enablis South recognition through media partnerships. Africa is proud to announce this year that it has achieved a Level 3 BEE rating AND it scored 25 out of 25 for its work in enterprise development under the South African Black Economic Empowerment codes of good practice. This is a very significant accreditation for the South African region, confirming its role and leadership in its entrepreneur in terms of Enablis’ geographic development activities. expansion last year, Enablis launched its first west Africa Enablis House last October in Accra, Ghana, thanks to the support of microsoft. At that event, we welcomed 28 founding member entrepreneurs
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into the network. membership continues to grow and stood at 52 entrepreneurs at the end of the fiscal year. in march, Enablis launched our newest chapter in Kigali, Rwanda, where six members Tony Oteng-Gyasi was elected to the were accredited. position of Chairperson of Enablis Ghana. Also joining the new board of Enablis Ghana were Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Dr. ishmael Yamson, Hennie Loubser and Shika Acolatse. Ali mufuruki was elected to the position of vice-Chairperson of Enablis East Africa. Thomas Hansen, who had served as a director of Enablis South Africa and East Africa, was elected to the Enablis Global board. New directors joining Enablis boards were Setlakalane malepo in South Africa, Les Baillie in East Africa and John Hunkin in Canada. we thank departing directors and welcome new As we closed out fiscal 2010, Paul Lamontagne was ones. appointed Chief Executive Officer of Enablis Global. Sally moodley has been appointed to the position of Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Africa Region. Charles Sirois will continue in his role of Global Chairperson and lead the Enablis Canada Foundation’s newly launched international Our staff members are tireless mentoring programme. in their support of Enablis entrepreneurs. Special thanks to all our colleagues and member leaders in Cape Town, Upington, Johannesburg, Durban, Nelspruit, Bloemfontein, maputo, Dar es Salaam, Nairobi, Kisumu, Kigali, Accra and montreal for contributing to the success of the Enablis network.
Paul Lamontagne Chief Executive Officer Enablis Entrepreneurial Network Cape Town, South Africa
Charles Sirois Global Founder and Chairperson, Enablis Entrepreneurial Network montreal, Canada
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Charles Sirois (Chair), Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Telesystem Ltd.
Paul Lamontagne, Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Global
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Africa has a huge store of unearthed entrepreneurs who, when provided with the opportunity to grow their businesses, become a motivated force for empowering themselves and their economies. Moreover, 60% of Sub-Saharan Africa’s GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is derived from SMEs. Entrepreneurs are the backbone of developing economies. Despite the global recession, 61% of Enablis members reported an increase in revenue turnover in 2009. In addition, 88% of the entrepreneurs surveyed felt that they had improved their knowledge and business skills as a result of their engagement in the Enablis network. Overall satisfaction with Enablis was rated 3.5 out of 5 by respondents, with 93% giving Enablis a 3 or higher score out of 5. P
Review of activities / Scorecard P. 14-15 a l l data i s f r o m 2 0 1 0
Number of chapters
% of members who are women
287 7 40%
As defined by South Africa BEE charter as individuals who did not have equal opportunities in the past, including black people, women and disabled people.
% of members who are previously disadvantaged individuals
NUMBER Of MEMBERSHIPS
(excluding Enablis Circles group meetings)
Number of networking events throughout the year
Number of Enablis Circles groups
2010 TOTAL VALUE OF FINANCINGS APPROVED
2010 NUMBER OF SUPPORTING HOURS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
2010 NUMBER OF JOBS CREATED BY MEMBER ENTREPRENEURS
Review of activities
Enablis Financial Corporation’s (EFC) fifth full year of operations featured moderate growth, given the downturn in the economy. The investment team reviewed 32 investment opportunities coming from both the pipeline of entrepreneurs registered in the Enablis network in South Africa, as well as the pipeline created Last by the successful FNB Enablis Business LaunchPad Competition. year, 14 transactions totalling ZAR 20.1 million in financing to Enablis members were approved by our two investment committees in South Africa. This brings the total approved transactions since inception in late 2004 to ZAR 99.6 million The trustees of the Enablis Khula Loan Fund for 86 entrepreneurs. approved three transactions last year, totalling ZAR 4.9 million. This has resulted in 44 financings to date. Eight financings have been fully repaid. There were three loan defaults last year, totalling ZAR 976,000. The return to investors for fiscal 2010 The trustees of the Khula Enablis SME Accelafter all costs was 3.56%. eration Fund approved 11 transactions last year, totalling ZAR 15.2 million. Since inception in December 2006, 49 applications from Enablis members have been approved. Provisions were made against five investments totalling ZAR 7.1 million last year, and there were two exits totalling ZAR 2.8 million. The combined default rate of both funds stood at 11.2% for the year, up from 3.9% the previous one.
Monthly post-investment sessions were held with all entrepreneurs to ensure the appropriate monitoring and follow-up assistance were provided. Entrepreneurs are required to provide updated management accounts and revised revenue forecasts, and be able to discuss significant changes to the business. Where significant variations are discovered, remedial plans are put in place to bring things back on course. EFC has the possibility of accessing the Enablis network programmes to do so. EFC is licensed in South Africa by the Financial Services Board (FSB) to provide the financing requirements to the Enablis Entrepreneurial EFC is committed Network.
to filling the critical financing gap for entrepreneurs who are unable to find risk capital between the micro-credit and venture capital thresholds. By applying a similar approach to community-based microfinance institutions and linking locally and globally with Enablis’ varied partnerships, EFC is able to better
understand the unique requirements of entrepreneurs in developing countries and to successfully provide them with creative financing solutions. in East Africa, Enablis East Africa (Enablis) and Chase Bank (K) Ltd. (Chase Bank) launched their unique loan programme under which Enablis entrepreneurs will be able to access loans from Chase Bank with Enablis providing a guarantee that will allow the bank to consider the entrepreneurs’ funding applications favourably. The loan programme extends up to a KES 200 million loan facility to Kenyan entrepreneurs. Our first two loans to Enablis entrepreneur members in Kenya were approved during the year, totalling KES 7.2 million. We are in the process of structuring the Enablis SME Africa fund. This new fund will invest in new Enablis country funds. This will allow us to substantially shorten the time required to launch a fund in a new country going forward. We expect an initial closing in 2011.
Review of activities
99.6 fOR million
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E n a b l i s
F i n a n c i a l
c o r p o r a t i o n
E n a b l i s
F i n a n c i a l
c o r p o r a t i o n
EXPANSiON iN AFRiCA 18-19
EXPANSiON TO LATiN AmERiCA
contributions from the Government of canada
contributions from Microsoft
contributions from Accenture foundation
4 , 599 , 909
4 , 510, 378
Other donors and contribution of rendered services
Expenses Staffing and travel
corporate and professional services
Office and other expenses
Services and marketing
contributions for the Enablis Khula Loan fund
contribution to the Enablis East Africa Trust
4 , 500 , 875
4 , 494 , 791
99 , 034
ExCESS Of REvEnUES OvER ExPEnSES
15 , 587 *All figures are in Canadian dollars
Financial inFormation HigHligHts
enablis wishes to acknowledge the contribution of KpMG in south africa, Kenya, Ghana and canada as the organisationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s external auditors.
consolidated statement of operations for enablis entrepreneurial network, enablis foundation canada, enablis entrepreneurial network south africa, enablis entrepreneurial network east africa, and enablis entrepreneurial network Ghana.
THE BUSINESS LAUNcHPAD cOMPETITION / SOUTH AfRIcA
THE BUSINESS LAUNcHPAD cOMPETITION / EAST AfRIcA
20 million people reached with marketing material and messages
869,293 web hits
“thEsE PARTICIPANTS can bEcomE thE nEw lEading commErcial and social ENTREPRENEuRS oF thE FuturE.” In fiscal 2010, Enablis continued the growth of its Business Launchpad, a yearly business plan competition hosted by Enablis 2,505 business plans and its international and local partners. were submitted
The goal of the Business Launchpad is to promote entrepreneur ship by creating opportunities for entrepreneurs to develop and implement quality business plans. The aim is to develop an African platform to seek entrepreneurs with the best potential and with the most innovative ideas; these entrepreneurs can become the new and leading commercial and social entrepreneurs of the future. In fiscal 2010, the South African competition reached more than 19.5 million people through its media exposure, provid ing sponsors with media coverage independently valued at ZAR 5.3 million. There were 6,655 registered applicants and at the close of the competition, 2,505 business plan entries submitted. Nineteen winners were selected from this, represen ting businesses in 10 different categories. The competition winners are being considered for potential funding and have been inducted as members of the Enablis Entrepreneurial Network.
EAST AFRICA 2009 BuSINESS LAuNCHPAd ComPETITIoN In 2009, Enablis
East Africa presented the choraBizna Enablis Launchpad in partnership with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Youth Enterprise Development fund, Safaricom, Business Daily, Hewlett Packard, Trafford Trading company, PostBank and Microsoft East Africa. There were 869,293 hits on the Launchpad website. Media coverage included eight editorial articles, 16 advertisements, 53 radio classifieds and 60,000 brochures and handbooks distributed. The Enablis team held business plan workshops in 16 towns with 1,950 entrepreneurs attending. A total of 884 business plans were submitted from nine provinces for judging, of which 300 were shortlisted in round 1. In round 2, 100 finalists presented live to judging panels; 78% of finalists were male and 22% female, with 76% of businesses new and 24% existing businesses. Twenty participants were declared winners in the following categories and they received cash and in-kind prizes, as well as an Enablis membership.
(1) Green / Ecological (2) Tourism and Ecotourism (3) Sport, Leisure and Recreation (4) fine Arts and Performing Arts (5) Agri-business and Agri-processing (6) Business and Professional Services (7) Manufacturing and construction (8) Media, Marketing and communication (9) Transport and Logistics (10) IcT (11) Youth Employment creation (12) Breaking New Ground.
total market exposure for this competition
THE BUSINESS LAUNcHPAD cOMPETITION / EAST AfRIcA SPEcIfIc
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Enablisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; independent annual member survey is one of the most important tools for the organisation to reflect on its achievements and to develop and improve the model in the best interests of its members and its donors. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s survey was conducted for the second time in Kenya, for the first time in Tanzania, and for the fifth year running in South Africa. It once again demonstrated that Enablis is delivering its mandate to provide good quality programming and support for entrepreneurs. The fiscal year 2010 survey was completed in November 2009. There were 127 members surveyed in East Africa and 326 in South Africa, representing a sample of 453 out of a total membership of 844 at the time the interviews were conducted. Overall, the members surveyed created 4,187 jobs over the year, which is nine jobs, on average, per member. Members in South Africa created 647 full-time jobs and 2,352 part-time jobs, while in Kenya, members created 189 full-time jobs and 790 part-time jobs. In Tanzania, with only 31 members surveyed, they collectively created 68 full-time jobs and 141 part-time jobs, an average of 5 jobs per member. The numbers reflected are for one year only.
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A. Particularly noteworthy is that in Kenya, members under 35 years of age created an average of 12 jobs per member. This demonstrates the power of young people to build economies and create much needed jobs for the future. Entrepreneurs with newer businesses created more jobs, which points to the importance of stimulating new business development â&#x20AC;&#x201D; in Kenya alone, 609 jobs were created by members in business less than 36 months, versus 181 for those in business over 36 months. B. In East Africa, the study also found that 48% of members were introducing new products or services. There was also an improvement in the percentage of members creating a new business, with 54% creating one in the last year. Again, respondents under 35 were more likely to have created a new business. In East Africa, 83% of the members gave Enablis a score of 3 or better out of 5, to the extent that Enablis had helped C. Networking also had a big impact in them grow their businesses. East Africa: 891 business contacts were made with other members in the last 12 months. This is an average of nine contacts per member. By contrast, members under the age of 35 gained a higher number of business contacts, with an average of 11 per member. Outside the network, members on average made three D. The number of opportunities created for members contacts. by other Enablis members in the last year was, on average, four per member. Again, members under age 35 had a higher average number of new opportunities created (5.5). E. Overall satisfaction with Enablis was rated 3.5 out of 5 by respondents, with 93% giving Enablis a score of 3 or higher out of 5. f. In South Africa, Enablis members surveyed collectively employ an impressive 2,698 people. Members surveyed there created 647 fulltime jobs and 2,352 part-time jobs, which is approximately 10 jobs, on average, per member. G. This equates to 5,700 jobs, if the total membership is taken into account. Again, younger members created more jobs than older members, with the former creating 12 jobs, on average, versus eight among the latter. H. More members than in previous years felt that Enablis had helped them grow their businesses, with 66% giving Enablis a score of 3 or higher out of 5. Not surprisingly, members attending more activities felt Enablis had helped them more. I. More Enablis members than in previous years also felt that Enablis had improved their business skills, with 78% rating this a score of 3 or higher out of 5. Again, members attending more activities improved their skills more. J. Members also felt that Enablis had provided them more opportunities for networking than in previous years, with 75% giving this a score of 3 out of 5 or higher. K. The number of business contacts that members have made with other members has also improved, with six member contacts per member, up from four and three in previous years. Men were particularly successful, having made seven contacts from networking, compared to women having made three. L. Younger members also seem to be better at networking than older members, having made eight contacts per member versus four for members over 35. This is great information for Enablis to digest. M. focusing on event attendance and networking events are areas we see great growth, especially for women. / pages 28-29
Enablisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Job Creation and Socio-economic impact on Africa 2005-2009
Actual Number of Jobs Created
(by members surveyed in the independent annual surveys â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2005-2009 in South Africa and 2008-2009 in East Africa)
ENABLIS HELPS ENTREPRENEURS GROW fROM SMALL TO MEDIUM TO LARGE TO XL TO XXL
Enablis is dedicated to delivering to its member entrepreneurs relevant programmes, including networking, training, mentoring and coaching, all of which will contribute to their sustainability, at a grass-roots level. By providing unique networking opportunities, business tools and financing, Enablis takes entrepreneurs on the road to success.
while still maintaining the required confidentiality. The outcome was that 76 selfmanaged Enablis Circles groups were self-evaluated and 392 members completed and submitted evaluations, rating their monthly meetings at a satisfaction level of 95%. Also notable was that 99% of these members indicated that they benefited from their selfmanaged monthly meetings.
During fiscal 2010, the Enablis Centre of Excellence was established to be the hub where all Enablis programmes will be created, piloted and streamlined to meet world-class standards. As this was the year of its inception, the Centre of Excellence concentrated on the Enablis Circles programme, which is the Enablis’ flagship programme. Participation is mandatory for Enablis members to retain their membership. This requires that members be trained on the programme and actively attend their scheduled monthly Enablis Circle meetings. Enablis Circles is a peer-to-peer support programme where members have an opportunity to enhance their business and personal lives through the sharing of experiences.
During fiscal 2010, approximately 60 Enablis Circles training sessions were held across Africa where 441 Enablis members were trained. Members rated these training sessions at a satisfaction level of 94%. In addition to the training sessions, 202 members had an opportunity to attend Enablis Circles meetings that were facilitated by a non-Enablis member. The members rated their satisfaction level of these facilitated sessions at 98%.
During the third quarter of fiscal 2010 a platform was launched across Africa where the facilitators of Enablis Circles’ self-managed groups could meet and share successes and challenges. Numerous meaningful meetings were held with various facilitators across Africa. These meetings were rated at a 98% satisfaction level, demonstrating that these meetings are considered to be of great value.
During the fourth quarter of fiscal 2010, a tool to ascertain the health of the self-managed Enablis Circles monthly group meetings was launched. This indeed was a milestone in the history of Enablis because of the confidential nature of Enablis Circles meetings, yet groups were prepared to assess their meetings
Based on the above, it is clearly evident that the Enablis Circles programme provides a strong platform and vehicle for effective positive results as one of Enablis ’ support programmes across Africa. The results of the survey undertaken with members during fiscal 2010 revealed that there was a great interest in increased opportunities for networking. These networking events generally provided members with the opportunity to interact with and learn from renowned and knowledgeable business people from all walks of life across Africa. As such, during fiscal 2010, programmes took the members’ requests to heart and held approximately 55 networking events, which exposed members to popular speakers like Michael Mol, Sportron CEO and TV presenter in South Africa, as well as Dr. Sunny Bindra, who is a leading strategist and writer in East Africa. In general, members expressed an overall satisfaction with these events at 85% or higher.
Exposés, which is another important Enablis programme, continue to be very popular and are well attended across Africa. This event provides members opportunities to meet and interact with the majority of the Enablis members registered in their region. Members can also present their products and services to delegates attending the event. A selected number of members get the opportunity to undertake formal presentations at these events. Over 110 workshops covering various businessrelated subjects were held across Africa. Sales and marketing, financial management and human resources are examples of a few of the topics that were covered during these workshops. In South Africa, it was found that there was an increase of 67% in members’ attendance at these skills development type workshops. Members also indicated an increase in their turnover as a result of being a member of Enablis, despite the past challenging year. This result could be indicative that members are enhancing their business management skills by being members and attending the various support programmes offered by Enablis. Enablis members have access to this series of customised business support services, as well as the exclusive right to use Enablis’ Global Entrepreneurial Network Information Exchange (GENIE) portal, which is a virtual information sharing and networking platform. This platform includes business linkages, peer-to-peer forums, virtual coaching and strategic information. As a membershipbased organisation, each Enablis entrepreneur member derives value from the network and creates value for the other members by sharing their own experience and knowledge.
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CHRONOLOGiCALLY 2004 / Accenture / Telesystem Ltd. / Canadian Fund for Africa / 2005 / HP / Khula / FNB / KPmG / identica / Quebecor world / 2007 / microsoft / mpumalanga Economic Growth Agency / 2008 / Canadian international Agency / EABS bank / Transcontinental Lithoacme / 2009 / Safaricom / 2010 / Chase bank / NmB Bank / UT Bank FOUNDERS, PARTNERS AND SPONSORS Global Founding Partners / Telesystem Ltd. / Accenture Global / Global Partners / CiDA - Canadian international Development Agency / African Region Partners / microsoft / KPmG / South African Partners / Khula Enterprise Finance Ltd. / FNB / East African Partners / Safaricom Foundation / Chase Bank / NmB Bank / west Africa Partners / microsoft /AGi / UT Bank
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THE BOARD mEmBERS Global / Charles Sirois (Chair), Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Telesystem Ltd. / Bill morris, managing Director, Accenture Canada / James Gachui, Chairperson, Transcentury Ltd., Jimana Ltd. / John Hunkin, Board of Trustees, Li Ka Shing (Canada) Foundation South Africa / Bheki Sibiya (Chair), Chief Executive Designate, Chamber of mines / Lynette Chen* (vice-Chair), Chief Executive Officer, NEPAD Business Foundation / Connie Nkosi, Executive Chairperson, Lidonga Group Holdings (Pty) Ltd. / martin Feinstein, Chief Executive Officer, Traction Enterprise Development Consultants / william Blair, Chief Executive Officer, Dumela Diamond Fire / Paul Lamontagne (Canada), Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Global / Donovan muller,* Director, Accenture South Africa / Hugh myres* (Britain), Executive Coach and Chief Executive Officer, Resonance Coaching and mentoring / David milligan, Head of Strategy, FNB Commercial / Xola Sithole,* Chief Executive Officer, Oteo Capital / Setlakalane molepo, managing Director, Khula Enterprise Finance Limited / mteto Nyati, managing Director, microsoft South Africa / victor mzimela, Country manager / *denotes chair of a board sub committee East Africa / James Gachui* (Chair), Chairperson, Transcentury Ltd., Jimana Ltd. / Carol musyoka,* Director, Bungani Limited / Paul Lamontagne (Canada), Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Global / Louis Otieno, General manager, microsoft East and Central Africa / maheboob Alibhai,* Chairperson, Phoenix Assurance Group / moses mwaura, Regional Director, Enablis East Africa / Rozett Phillips (South Africa), Senior Executive: Products Operating Group South Africa, Accenture / Rosemary mutunkei, Director, works of Faith Ltd. and member, Seri Yetu Ltd. / Les Baillie (Britain), Chief investor Relations Officer, Safaricom / Ali mufuruki (Tanzania), Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, infotech investment Group Ltd. / *denotes chair of a board sub committee west Africa / Tony Oteng-Gyasi (Chair), President, AGi / ishmael E Yamson, Chief Executive Officer, Yamson & Associates / Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Chief Executive Officer, UT Financial Services Limited / Shika Acolatse, Country Director, Enablis Ghana / Hennie Loubser, Regional General manager, microsoft west, East & Central Africa iNvESTmENT COmmiTTEES Enablis Khula Loan Fund (South Africa) / Richard Parker (Chair), managing Director, Pleiad Capital / marc Balkin, managing Partner, Hasso Plattner ventures Africa / Bheki Sibiya, Chief Executive Designate, Chamber of mines / Bettina mokete, Account Executive: Corporate Channel, Khula Enterprise Finance Limited / ishaq Lakhi, Enterprise Development manager, FNB Commercial Khula Enablis SmE Acceleration Fund (South Africa) / Richard Parker (Chair), managing Director, Pleiad Capital / Denvor Phokaners, Country manager, Enablis South Africa / marc Balkin, managing Partner, Hasso Plattner ventures Africa / modula mofolo, Corporate Advisor, Khula Enterprise Finance Limited / Errol Gardner, Regional manager, Khula Enterprise Finance Limited Enablis Loan Fund (East Africa) / Paul Lamontagne, Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Global / moses mwaura, Regional Director, Enablis East Africa / Anju Paunrana (interim Chair), (independent) (Rhino Special Products) / Fenwick mbaka, Relationship manager, Chase Bank TRUSTEES Enablis Khula Loan Fund (South Africa) / martin Feinstein, Chief Executive, Traction Enterprise Development Consultants / Paul Lamontagne (Canada), Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Global / Setlakalane molepo, managing Director, Khula Enterprise Finance Limited / Ashley mathura, Commercial Banking, First National Bank Khula Enablis SmE Acceleration Fund (South Africa) / Paul Lamontagne (Canada), Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Global / marc Balkin, managing Partner, Hasso Plattner ventures Africa / Setlakalane molepo, managing Director, Khula Enterprise Finance Limited Enablis Trust (East Africa) / Charles Sirois (Canada), Chairperson, President and Chief Executive Officer, Telesystem Ltd. / Paul Lamontagne (Canada), Chief Executive Officer, Enablis Global / James Gachui, Chairperson, Transcentury Ltd., Jimana Ltd. Enablis Loan Fund (Limited Partnership) / Enablis Financial Corporation Ltd. (General Partner) / Enablis East Africa Trust (Limited THE TEAm / Global Team / Charles Sirois, Chairperson / michel Cordeau, Corporate Partner Secretary / Daniel Cyr, Chief Financial Officer / Paul Lamontagne, President, Enablis Financial Corporation, Global CEO / Francine Lefebvre, Communications Director / Liz Padmore, Director, UK, multilateral Relations / Gina Piccolo, Financial Controller / Richard Dupuis, Finance Africa Team / Sally moodley, Chief Executive Officer, Africa / Jaco Kuhn, Chief Financial Officer / Nadine Sheffield, Financial Administrator / Emelia Lemmetjies, Financial Accountant / Grant Glanvill, Chief Technology Officer / Avesh mahabeer, iT manager / Liezel Keyser, Executive Assistant / Charlotte marais, Legal and Corporate Affairs manager / Rose vervenne, Head of Development / Aimee-Noel Hartley, Head of Partnerships / Penelope Talbot Kelly, Executive Assistant to the Global CEO / Darryl Rose, Senior investment Officer South Africa Team / Brenda Twala, Chapter Associate, Gauteng / Busisiwe mahuza, Office Assistant, Cape Town / Faghmieda King, Chapter Co-ordinator, Cape Town / Sibongile mltoshwa, Office Assistant, Gauteng / Noelle Ngobeni, Project manager: member Events, Gauteng / Darryl Rose, investment Officer / Nishol Partab, Chapter Administrator, Durban / Karen mcKee, Project manager: Business LaunchPad Competition / Ntshembo Ngobeni, Assistant member Support, Gauteng / Don Reddy, Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer / Glory Saila, Chapter Administrator, Bloemfontein East Africa Team / moses mwaura, Regional Director / Edna Chepngeno, Office Co-ordinator / Lillian marenya, Entrepreneur Development Associate / Joan wekesa, Business Plan Competition Co-ordinator / Betty Kariuki, Entrepreneur Development Associate / Dorothy mutisya, Office Assistant, Kenya, Nairobi / Palmer Thambu, Banker / Tabu Kiteti, Chapter Co-ordinator, Tanzania / Linda Lifiga, Chapter manager, Tanzania / Fred Oduori, Office Assistant, Nairobi / Terry Adembesa, Chapter Associate, Nairobi / Fredrick Kaati, Chapter manager, Kigali west Africa Team / marc-Andre Ledoux, implementation Consultant, Senegal / Shika ENABLiS HOUSE Acolatse, Country manager / matilda Serwodo, Network Co-ordinator, Ghana Global Head Office / 1250 Rene-Levesque Boulevard west / Suite 3800 / montreal / Quebec /Canada, H3B 4w8 SOUTH AFRiCA OFFiCES Cape Town Chapter / 302 manhattan Place / 130 Bree Street / Cape Town, 8001 / South Africa / Bloemfontein / No office / Gauteng Chapter / 7 mellis Road / 2nd Floor / North Tower / Bradenham Hall / Rivonia, 2192 / South Africa / KwaZulu Natal Chapter / 116 Florida Road / Suite 4 / morningside / Durban, 4001 / South Africa EAST AFRiCA mEmBER OFFiCE Nairobi member Office / 1st Floor / Cedar Suite / Riverside Green / Nairobi / Kenya / Tanzania member Office / mayfair Plaza / Centre Court / Shop CC103 / mikocheni / Dar es Salaam / Tanzania / Kisumu member Office / mega City mall / Kisumu /Nairobi Road / Shop No. 87 / P. O. box 14635 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 40123 / Kisumu / Kenya / Rwanda member Office / Center for Business Solutions / Soras Building / Third Floor / P.O. box 2780 / Kigali / Rwanda / Ghana member Office / House No. F17/6 / Orphan Crescent Hall / North Labone Estates / Accra / Ghana