AMI’s publishes the report 'Business Development Support in a Time of Crisis'


The African Management Institute (AMI) is a pan-African company that enables ambitious entrepreneurs and managers across Africa to thrive through practical tools and training.

In light of the Covid-19 crisis and its consequences for African SMEs, AMI has published a new report, titled 'Business Development Support in a Time of Crisis'.


I&P Acceleration in Sahel: What response to the covid-19 crisis?


The covid-19 has shaken up our habits, our ways of thinking and acting, but also the activities of many men and women entrepreneurs.

To deal with the economic impacts generated by this pandemic, I&P, through the I&P Acceleration in Sahel program, is providing additional funding to the companies most affected by the health crisis.




StarNews Mobile raises first funds with Investisseurs & Partenaires


The African startup StarNews Mobile, specialized in the field of mobile video, achieves a first fundraising with Investisseurs & Partenaires, through its fund I&P Afrique Entrepreneurs 2. IPAE 2 continues to invest actively in Sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in Madagascar, West Africa and East Africa


Interview with Rebecca Harrison, Director of the African Management Institute



Launched in 2014, The African Management Institute (AMI) was one of the first investments made by our fund I&P Afrique Entrepreneurs 2. The company enables ambitious entrepreneurs and managers across Africa to thrive through practical tools and training.

I&P met with AMI’s co-founder and CEO, Rebecca Harrison, to know more about the company’s story and most recent developments.



Comoé Capital's first exit from Vallesse Editions


After three years of support through the investment vehicle dedicated to education, Comoé Capital, Côte d'Ivoire's leading impact investment fund and partner of I&P, makes its first exit with Vallesse, an Ivorian publishing house.  


Entrepreneurs of the Afrique Créative programme respond to the Covid-19 crisis


Following the Covid-19 global pandemic, all economic activities were slowed down, with international travel totally banned between March and June in France and Belgium. In the countries of our entrepreneurs, containment and curfews have been put in place. Remote working has become widespread in all companies. This unprecedented situation has forced organisers and entrepreneurs of the Afrique Créative programme to learn how to work and live in this context.



Interview of Bachir Rockya Lahilaba, founder of Sahel Délices


The covid-19 pandemic has led to the implementation of lockdown measures in many African countries. These had a deep impact on economic activities, particularly on small and medium-sized enterprises.

In this context, I&P, FERDI and the Club Africain des Entrepreneurs are working together to produce a series of articles studying how African SMEs are coping with the health and economic crisis and the measures to be taken to help them overcome the crisis.