45%
OF SALES INCREASE

The sales of entrepreneurs increased significantly between the beginning and the end of the program. The growth coincides with good management of the business, which guarantees its permanence and the improvement of the living conditions of entrepreneurs and their families.

30%
OF FORMALIZED JOBS

The quality of both old and new jobs was improved. The microMBA program trains entrepreneurs so that they become aware of the importance of decent work. There is a significant change in the training of these entrepreneurs who are then able to create jobs and social benefits, which allows them to progressively leave the informal sector.

«Promoting social justice does not only mean increasing sales and creating jobs. It is about rights, dignity, freedom of expression for workers, and economic, social and political autonomy.»

 

United Nations

IMPACT

The transformation generated by microMBA is both business and personal. Entrepreneurs become responsible managers and promoters of decent work.

SALES INCREASE0%

JOB CREATION0%

JOB FORMALIZATION0%

Source: data derived from the 2016 reports carried out by the entities implementing microMBA.
2.8
JOBS CREATED

On average, each company created three new jobs at the end of the program. The new management skills of entrepreneurs and the strengthening and growth of their business activities allow them to create new jobs, which involves the socioeconomic development of their communities.

MicroMBA,
synonym for decent work

By increasing the productivity of entrepreneurs, microMBA contributes to the improvement of their living conditions and their environment, which also helps to the socioeconomic development of their community.

By transforming entrepreneurs into responsible business managers, able to make decisions, to question theirselves and to implement good practices in their businesses, microMBA promotes decent work.

From subsistence entrepreneurs, participants of microMBA become entrepreneurs aware that their businesses are closely linked to the working conditions of their employees.

By supporting and creating decent work, the entrepreneur becomes a strong player in the local economy and the social justice.