Microfinance & Microcredit Need Kind-hearted People

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Microfinance & Microcredit Need Kind-hearted People
ahmed mahmoud ahmed abdo, ex-lecturer at the faculty of commerce Banha University, Egypt, Member
I see that the difference between normal global banks and the microfinance institutions lies in the kindhearted entrepreneurs and merciful relevant professionals as well as the welfare wealthy.
People who are thinking in good deeds before death. The main idea of those nice people is to help solve poverty, and find easy solutions to very low-income talented people who only need a drive financially. This is a very good idea, but needs kind-hearted well educated rich entrepreneurs who are internally driven by good deeds motives because they sure will face many problems in such investments, but what makes them happy is their innate sublime trends to solve poor people difficulties through patience, endeavors, and painstaking consciences....Sign up

Micromanagers Care
Ahmed is on the right track, micromanagers care, big shots don't... Thanks for such an elequent definition. The real question: will they ever g...Sign up

Microfinance & Microcredit
ahmed mahmoud ahmed abdo, ex-lecturer at the faculty of commerce Banha University, Egypt, Member
They have to try using all possible ways, they can find even a few ways to convince the open hearted people who are still exist in our world, t...Sign up

Microfinance - Mostly Good Intentions, But Often Bad Effects
Dr. Wilfried Kerntke, Director, Germany, Member
Kindhearted entrepreneurs? Caring about the real benefit for the customer should be the foundation of all business. If we emphasize this for microfina...Sign up

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