A Local Case Study on : Traditional Entrepreneurship in Nigeria

From Emergent Africa Sun Nov 18 2012, 06:00:00

The Global Business School Network interviews Henrietta Onwuegbuzie:

Henrietta Onwuegbuzie, image courtesy of KAD

Lagos Business School faculty member Henrietta Onwuegbuzie won the first prize in the Emerald/Association of African Business Schools' 2012 case competition. The winning case was titled, "Nike Davies-Okundaye: Building a Family Social Enterprise". The case highlights features of indigenous entrepreneurship in a traditional African setting and show cases the merits of traditional training methods.

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