CIBER Focus: "Adapting Small Business Operations to New Challenges in Kenya" with Scott Vankirk

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In this edition of CIBER Focus, we discuss the Imani Workshops that deals with HIV positive women in Kenya. We also discuss the operations side of the business and how that affects fair trade organization.

Guest: Scott VanKirk – General Manager, Imani Workshops

Host: Sara Reeves


About CIBER:
Providing the resources U.S. businesses need to compete in today's rapidly changing world.

At the IU Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), housed in the Institute for International Business, we leverage the institutional strengths of Indiana University and the Kelley School of Business to help U.S. businesses compete successfully in the global marketplace. We are a national resource center — one of only 17 such centers funded by a Title VI grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

IU CIBER truly embraces its role as a national resource center, ensuring that resources and opportunities are made available to the widest audience possible when addressing the leading research in international business education. Our activities are directed towards moving all constituencies from international awareness, to engagement, and to global competence through the provision of international education, collaborative and mentorship relationships, and experiential learning.

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