Tshipidi grooms 20 businesses for listings ecosystem

Thapelo Tsheole PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Thapelo Tsheole PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Twenty companies graduated under the Botswana Stock Exchange's Tshipidi Mentorship Programme which objective is to provide practical training through a comprehensive and interactive agenda covering key themes that prepare and position a business to get listed.

The companies are from a wide range of sectors that include pharmaceutical services, manufacturing, retail, ICT, energy, agriculture, logistics, construction, and financial services, to mention but a few.

BSE CEO Thapelo Tsheole said they introduced the programme as a way of grooming companies that could potentially raise capital, improve governance, and leverage from the BSE as a springboard for growth.

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