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In July 2015, 9 CEO’s from social enterprises across Africa and India convened in Silicon Valley for a 10-day training and networking boot camp.  SAP’s Corporate Social Responsibility team in conjunction with nonprofit partner Acumen leveraged SAP’s talent, technology expertise, and partner ecosystem to help crack these entrepreneurs’ most complex problems.

For greater insight into the work of a founding CEO in an emerging market, I got the chance to interview Mark Davies, one of the participating social entrepreneurs and CEO of Esoko.  Esoko is doing great work, running a rapidly growing and inspired business in an emerging market.  Mark’s take on entrepreneurship, and doing work that moves you, will be the best 2 minutes of your day!

CEO: Mark Davies

Company:  Esoko

Description: Web and mobile app providing original agricultural content, on-the-ground deployment services for marketing, monitoring and advisory needs of farmers.  More on how Esoko works here…

Year Founded: 2005

HQ: Ghana


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