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Saturday, Jul 18, 2020 from 7:00 am - 9:00 am PDT.

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm West Africa Standard Time
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Central European Summer Time
5:00 pm – 7:00 pm East Africa Time

Master of Ceremonies: Debra Schlaht, Director of Training & Coaching

As part of the Biblical Entrepreneurship Program, the Regional BE Business Plan Competition brings together the BE Students selected to represent their country.  The Country BE Students present their ten-minute Summary Plan presentation for the opportunity to represent their Region at the annual International BE Business Plan Competition held during Nehemiah Week.

Competition Objectives:

  1. Presenters receive feedback to improve their business plan from qualified
    reviewers
  2. Presenters demonstrate their calling, ability to make their business sustainability and their vision in front of a panel of judges
  3. Presenters practice defending their business plan and vision in front of a panel of judges
  4. Build support from the community and other stakeholders around their vision
  5. Connect the presenters with resources to start or expand their business
  6. Flagship for what BE can do in the marketplace
  7. Select the Presenter that will represent the Region at the International BE Business Plan Competition
REGISTER FOR THE Africa Regional Business Plan Competition

*Use the Time Zone Converter below to check for the event time in your local time.

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Debra Schlaht joined the Nehemiah Project team in 2010 after completing the Biblical Entrepreneurship Program for her coaching and consulting practice following a 22-year banking career as a Sr. V.P. in management, training and development, and project management.  She also obtained her Six Sigma Green Belt designation. Debra’s roles include the Director of Training and Coaching, Chief Cultural Officer, and Founding Partner for KBC International.  Her responsibilities include supporting the NPIM network of Directors and Trainers, leading the Trainer and Coach Certification, overseeing the Operation 100K Jobs program, and assisting the human resources processes for the NPIM team.   Debra’s purpose is to serve God by helping His people achieve their kingdom purposes. She lives in Tigard, Oregon, USA, and has two sons.

harisoa raharimanana - Nehemiah E-Community

located in Madagascar, Harisoa Raharimanana is married to Herizo Raharimanana and has three children, Miotisoa, Sandratra, and Mitiah. She is the owner of Madagasik’Art Culinaire which was founded in 2019. Madagasik’Art Culinaire (Madagasikara Culinary Art) was created in 2019 and helps to produce healthy food. While valuing fellowship, faith, love, friendship, and hope, they produce jams, marmalades, candied fruits, honey, and syrup.

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located in Nairobi, KenyaNina Mutegi is the current CEO of Mirema School. The highlight of her assignment at the school has mainly consisted of staff management and business development specifically in the family business space. This experience has required adaptability to the frequent change that is characteristic of the Education setting, and an ability to implement theory to practice in real-world situations. The Mirema School provides an inclusive learning environment that addresses the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of pupils by offering holistic education that produces empowered individuals. The school started in 1998 with three students but has flourished into a Christ-filled environment with over 1,200 students.

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located in Kinshasa, DRC, Josue Ntonto Yanambwe was born on February 26, 1979 and is the youngest of the Gorge Ntonto Et Nono Zaina family. He is married to Rachel Ntshila and is the father of 3 children. He. is an engineer in telecommunications and is CEO of JYN Techn.

Saturday July 18, 2020, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. PDT.

15:00 p.m. - 17:00 p.m. West African Standard Time
16:00 p.m. - 18:00 p.m. Central European Summer Time
17:00 p.m. - 19:00 p.m. East African Time

Master of Ceremonies: Debra Schlaht, director of the formation et du coaching

As part of the biblical entrepreneurship program, the regional BE business plan competition brings together BE students selected to represent their country. Students from the BE country make their ten-minute summary plan presentation for the opportunity to represent their region at the annual international BE business plan competition held during Nehemiah week.

Objectives of the Competition:

  1. Presenters receive feedback to improve their business plan from qualified reviewers
  2. The presenters demonstrate their vocation, their ability to perpetuate their business and their vision in front of a jury
  3. Presenters practice defending their business plan and vision in front of a panel of judges
  4. Mobilize the support of the community and other stakeholders around their vision
  5. Connect presenters with resources to start or grow their business
  6. Flagship of what BE can do on the market
  7. Select the presenter who will represent the region at the BE International Business Plan Competition
SUBSCRIBE TO THE AFRICA REGIONAL BUSINESS PLAN CONTEST

* Use the time zone converter below to check the event time in your local time.

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Debra Schlaht joined the Nehemiah Project team in 2010 after completing the Biblical Entrepreneurship Program for his coaching and consulting practice after a 22-year banking career as a Sr. VP in Management, Training and Development, and Business Management. project. She also earned her Six Sigma Green Belt designation. Debra's roles include Director of Training and Coaching, Director of Culture and Founding Partner of KBC International. His responsibilities include supporting the network of directors and trainers of the NPIM, leading the certification of trainers and coaches, overseeing the Operation 100K Jobs program and assisting in human resources processes for the team NPIM. Debra's goal is to serve God by helping his people achieve the goals of their kingdom. She lives in Tigard, Oregon, USA, and has two sons.

harisoa raharimanana - Nehemiah E-Community

Situated at Madagascar, Harisoa Raharimanana is married to Herizo Raharimanana and has three children, Miotisoa, Sandratra and Mitiah. She is the owner of Madagasik'Art Culinaire which was founded in 2019. Madagasik'Art Culinaire (Madagasikara Culinary Art) was established in 2019 and helps produce healthy food. While valuing communion, faith, love, friendship and hope, they produce jams, marmalades, candied fruits, honey and syrup.

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Situated at Nairobi, Kenya, Nina Mutegi is the current Director of Mirema School. The highlight of his assignment at the school was mainly in personnel management and business development, especially in the family business space. This experience required adaptability to the frequent changes that characterize the educational environment and an ability to apply theory to practice in real situations. Mirema School provides an inclusive learning environment that meets the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of students by providing a holistic education that produces empowered individuals. The school started in 1998 with three students but has flourished in a Christ-filled environment with over 1 students.

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Situated at Kinshasa, DRC, Josue Ntonto Yanambwe was born on February 26, 1979 and is the youngest of the Gorge Ntonto Et Nono Zaina family. He is married to Rachel Ntshila and father of 3 children. He is a telecommunications engineer and CEO of JYN Techn.