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BENO VISION COMMUNITY EFFORTS

Beno Vision

Beno Vision is a world-renowned investment firm that takes entrepreneurial ventures from grass to grow. It does this by identifying capital opportunities for companies in developing countries and helps them make business-worthy decisions. These include decisions on restructuring, buy-outs, and collaboration with public companies. Beno Vision also goes the extra mile to invest in the digital strategy and marketing for their clients on top of taking part in their key recruitments.

Nevertheless, business is not the only thing that Beno Vision is interested in. The private firm is also deeply involved in the community and does so through several initiatives as shown below:

E-learning

Traditional classrooms are fast being replaced with e-learning platforms. The digital revolution has increased the world’s access to the internet, making information available to masses of people. Even in developing countries, which are the focus area of Beno Vision, the classroom is one click away.

It is for this reason that the firm has heavily invested in education technologies and initiatives geared towards e-learning. By doing so, the community is equipped with skills and knowledge, which open up more opportunities for its beneficiaries.

English learning

Many developing countries do not use English as their first language. Beno Vision is involved in efforts to change this norm by supporting primary school educators who are teaching English. Together with school administrators and community leaders, the firm is working to ensure that each student can pursue a career of their dreams without being limited by language.

Support Engineers

The world’s toughest challenges are solved by Engineers. This fact is not hidden to Beno Vision, which has gone out to support young and bright students who aspire to be engineers. Through its yearly scholarships for 20 students, the firm is investing in the future by investing in these brilliant minds.

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Written by Denis Opudo

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