A native of Cote d'Ivoire, Eric Kacou is co-founder and CEO of Entrepreneurial Solutions Partners (ESPartners), a firm providing entrepreneurs and leaders with the right mix of insight and capital needed to generate prosperity. Prior to starting this venture, this, he served as Managing Director of OTF Group, a competitiveness consultancy focused on emerging markets. An expert in business strategy and economic reconstruction, he led the Rwanda National Innovation and Competitiveness (RNIC) Program. Eric also served leaders of over a dozen low-income nations as well CEOs, private investment funds and multilaterals. Eric started his career as a strategy consultant with Monitor Company advising Fortune 500 executives. Eric is currently a Mason Fellow in Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He earned his MBA at the Wharton School, and serves on the Wharton Executive Board for Europe, Africa and the Middle East. The World Economic Forum honored Eric Kacou as a Young Global Leader.
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NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 3 hours ago
Sure Shawn, how would I decline the privilege? Any theme you'd like me to tackle?
NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 4 hours ago
Hey John. Thanks for the comment and sorry for the delay in reply. Yes, I agree. Poverty is a...
NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 1 day ago
Got it Wilson. And, sorry for the delay in my reply. We have designed a web-based app that will...
Wilson, you fertilize Shawn's poverty intervention model so well with the concept of leveraging...
NextBillion.net | Can Anything Good Come Out of Playing Poverty? · 5 days ago