MBA Entrepreneurial Venture Award 2017

Entrepreneurial Award

Entrepreneurial Venture Award 2017 


Jack Langworthy, NINAYO, Copenhagen Business School is an online trading platform for agriculture in East Africa. NINAYO launched in Tanzania in 2015, and uses crowd-sourced data to provide actionable business intelligence for its users. NINAYO users, typically small holder farmers with an average annual income of $637, are earning $100s more with this tool. Ninayo has partnered with the most successful Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to develop the preferred tool for agricultural trade for aid groups like the UN, USAID, and the farmers of East Africa.

About the MBA Entrepreneurial Venture Award

The MBA Entrepreneurial Venture Award celebrates the achievements of successful alumni in trailblazing world-class business strategy, but also showcases the Business Schools that are nurturing the spirit of enterprise and ambition.
The award recognises MBA students and graduates who have recently founded successful and innovative businesses.
The award is a fantastic way to highlight the success of accredited Business Schools that promote the nature of entrepreneurship in the MBA cohorts and is a chance for individuals to impress high-profile business leading judges who are already at the forefront of global entrepreneurship.

The application for 2017 is closed but keep up to date here for 2018 announcements / details