Increasing access to business services that support growth-oriented businesses
Companies struggle to become competitive in a market like Zambia for a variety of reasons. They face challenges that hinder them from being competitive, including difficulties accessing both rural and urban markets. Sometimes businesses join associations or chambers of commerce with the hope of increased business opportunities.
Through intervention partnerships, Prospero aims to address the following sector-wide constraints:
Prospero is working to transform the Zambian entrepreneurial landscape into a collaborative environment in which the private sector can access markets and services that help them become competitive. We are exploring ways of providing business support through research, information technology and transport and logistics solutions.
Partner With Us
To achieve the specific objectives of each initiative, Prospero seeks intervention partners that include, but are not limited to:
SME suppliers • Business Development Service (BDS) providers • Business Membership Organisations • Financial service providers • Financial institutions • Solution providers • Telecommunication companies