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Hours of mentoring received per entrepreneur on average
Survival rate for early-stage mentored entrepreneurs
Mentored entrepreneurs create twice as many new jobs as solo entrepreneurs
Of entrepreneurs do not have access to any other business development resources outside of MicroMentor
Mentoring is the Key to Business Success
Karim developed a way to deliver affordable dental services to his community in Conakry, Guinea, but still had trouble reaching new patients. He was considering expanding to a second location when he met his mentor Brian, the founding COO of Build-A-Bear Workshops in the US, on MicroMentor.
Understanding the complexities of managing multiple locations, Brian suggested that Karim concentrate on building a larger customer base through active outreach. Today, Karim still has just one location, but has tripled his customers, doubled his revenue, hired three full-time employees, and has improved the dental health of an estimated 12,000 local community members.