The MBA Entrepreneurial Venture Award recognises creative and industrious MBA students and graduates from AMBAs excellent accredited MBA programmes, who
have launched successful business ventures. These creative individuals have used the skills acquired during their MBA study to break from the norm and establish
themselves in business.


 Jack Langworthy, NINAYO, Copenhagen Business School is an online trading platform for agriculture in East Africa. NINAYO launched in Tanzania in 2015, and uses crowdsourced data to provide actionable business intelligence for its users. NINAYO users, typically small holder farmers with an average annual income of $637, are earning $100s more with this tool. Ninayo has partnered with the most successful Silicon Valley entrepreneurs to develop the preferred tool for agricultural trade for aid groups like the UN, USAID, and the farmers of East Africa.