Impact of the MBS Course in India
Participants are asked to complete a self-assessment before and after taking the MBS course. The following report demonstrates the impact of the MBS course based on the results of the evaluations in India.
Agree/Disagree | Before/After
I have my own business. | 52% / 73%
I have a plan to improve my personal life. | 89% / 84%
I serve in my community. | 94% / 89%
I save money regularly. | 78% / 89%
My family spends less than we earn. | 78% / 84%
My family can afford the basic necessities of life. | 89% / 78%
I keep business records. | 47% / 89%
My business has improved because of the MBS course. | 0% / 89%
My income has increased because of the MBS course. | 0% / 89%
Angola. I am Felisbela Bento. I am 27 years old, I have a degree in Work and Organizational Psychology and I still live with my parents. My desire to be an entrepreneur comes from way back, since 2012 when I was in High School.
I used to sell cookies at school to my classmates and teachers, and I didn’t stop; I continued selling several products, which I do until today. I took some courses related to business to gain more knowledge. Today I offer make-up services and I also sell several products online. Taking the MBS course was a new experience in my life and I learned a lot. Now I am more disciplined and I have more knowledge to inspire other young people like me, who want to be excellent business people.
Ivory Coast. I am Adou Hervé BOSSO, a young Technician working in a private company. I can say that this training allowed me to overcome my fear of getting into entrepreneurship.
Today, the riches of this training have allowed me to develop the necessary skills to create and take off my own integrated farm business (pig farming and operation of a pork restaurant using an oven). Thus, the assurance this adventure gives me is a comfort and I want to recommend it to anyone who intends to acquire their self-reliance.
DRC. Mugisho Ntanga Fiston: I am a university teacher. I started teaching in the secondary school in the city of Bukavu, South Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of Congo, while I was still a student at ISP Bukavu. After my studies I was appointed as an assistant in the English department of ISP Kaziba. I was always trying to take small initiatives to earn a living but nothing was going well.
Today, with this MBS course, I am able to start a small production unit of school chalk that will respond to the difficulties that teachers in my country face during their teaching because of the poor quality of chalk they use. Thereupon, I find this program very important in life. I will train other young people to understand that entrepreneurship is important in their lives.
Zimbabwe. Happy Duru: It started as a very tiny view if not a vision. I used to look at what other businesses did. I then started to Google about how I can start a small business in line with motor vehicle services but most of the views at Google required a huge sum of money to commence it. Luckily my friend introduced me to online lessons of how to start from scratch and fortunately I found Interweave Solutions with its best tutors ever.
I managed to go through the whole course and apply it practically and I saw myself with a concrete confidence to just do it. It wasn’t easy since I had my personal business errors but with Interweave Solutions they brushed me if not washing and I became solid enough to make it work. Now business growth is the new norm for me. Hence I release balloons in air as a salutation to the Interweave Solutions Online institute.
Nigeria. My name is Chichi Akaka from Cross Rivers State, Nigeria. I am averagely educated and I am a professional dancer, that is, I dance for a living. I have been into dancing for years now but I never knew one could apply the 6P’s to a dancing career. But my encounter with a friend who told me to do the MBS course, no matter how busy I may be, had really changed my notion. I can now boast of regular savings, improvement of my dancing process and so on. This program is really worth it; biggest thanks to the board and members of Interweave.
South Africa. My experience with the program is an eye opener. First on the 6 Ps, which I was not following in business,and secondly the issue of records.. This program has opened a lot of doors to success. If I follow all the steps, in the next 6 months I will be a leading poultry farm and will be able to expand to other countries.
My name is Selby Mazibuko. I come from a family of 6 and have business links where by I work with investors for Energy projects in Africa. I’m a cool guy who likes music, travel and driving. Taking this program has affected how I will handle business as a business and also handle my life as my life. In the past, I was doing things that were having a bad effect on my business growth but with this course, I will change my management system. Lastly this program has opened the issue of community service, which I was not doing, but now will be involved to assist so that the community can grow along with my business.
South Africa. Matilda Tsitsi Fakazi: The programme was a huge transformation on how I do business. I did not understand the basics of business (6Ps) until I did the Masters of Business in the streets.
I am now keeping records for my catering business. I now have a daily to do list, an income statement and also a savings plan. My life at home and in the community has improved! Thank you for the great opportunity!
Cameroon. Yuuh Zeila is my name, a proud Cameroonian from Bamenda, the home of pride and creativity. I came across Interweave and at the first time I showed no interest but after going through the syllabus and got attracted.
I have no regret going through this program but am very happy because of what I have gained in it. My business is happy because I now apply most of what I have learnt from this program. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to discover more about myself.
Ghana. My name is Jezaniah Ama Asiedu, I am 9 years old, I am a student and the CEO of Capitalization of Stories.
I am grateful for the opportunity to take the MBS Jr Course. I have learned that if I give out anything freely from my business, I must pay for it with my own money and I do not steal from my business. Because of this course, I have learned to make and keep a personal budget and save daily even if just a coin. Because I do not want my life to be like the square wheel tricycle, I have chosen 8 areas of life and set goals to always improve. I want a well-rounded life. I have added value to my product and increased the price. I now invest in productive assets, I am kind to my customers, learn their names and interests, and never judge them by their appearance. I pay myself a commission; I offer discounts to my customers. I separate my business and personal money. I have a cash flow projection and apply the six principles of business. These life-changing principles will always be my guide. I am grateful to my Success Ambassador Mr. Harrison Anim Frimpong for teaching me, my parents for guiding and encouraging me to keep to commitments, and to Interweave Solutions for such a life-changing program. I look forward to being a Success Ambassador someday. Thank you.
Nigeria. I am Wole Ikire, a fashion designer of 15 years and married with children. I have a business named Wkas Fashion Home where I do quality sewing in the Ibadan area of Oyo State, Nigeria.
This great program has really opened my eyes and today my business is moving better and better than the start. I am forever indebted to Interweave International.