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ABE Mauritius graduation ceremony

Diploma holders in Mauritius are invited to the 2019 ABE Graduation Ceremony. 

ABE works with UNESCO Read and Earn Federation on economic capacity building in West Africa

UNESCO - LEFABE has signed an agreement with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) Read and Earn Federation to develop a course in entrepreneurial skills which could be delivered digitally to 120,000 young people in Nigeria every year. 

Question papers, examiners’ reports and mark schemes from the December 2018 session are available on the portal

Examiners' reports will provide invaluable insight into what ABE examiners are looking for, used with the exam question papers, they are a great way to prepare for the June assessments.

ABE to speak at trade and investment conference

ABE's deputy CEO, Steve Smith, will be a headline speaker at a major conference promoting trade and investment between the UK and Myanmar

Assignment deadline reminder

If you have booked a March 2019 assessment please submit your assignment to your centre in good time.

Results for December 2018 assessments are in the portal

Please allow a little extra time to log on due to the high volume of traffic.  

Progress onto the next level without a delay waiting for results

You can now book assessments at the next level without having to wait for the results from the preceding Level.  For example, if you submit your final units at Level 4 in March, you can book Level 5 assessments in June prior to receiving the results from your March Level 4 units. 

Reminder: March 2019 assessment bookings must be received by Friday 15 February

Contact your college if you want to submit an assignment in this session.

Images from a lively event as Management Matters is launched at Westminster

A packed event at the Houses of Parliament had the support of the Minister for Small Business, Kelly Tolhurst, and Dr Lisa Cameron MP from APPG Entrepreneurship.  Both MPs stayed for 2 hours to talk to small business leaders.

Business Stay-up: new report sets out policies to prevent unnecessary business failure

Based on the findings of the Business Stay-up research, the report highlights how entrepreneurs can be supported by the business or management training to increase their enterprise's chance of long term sustainability.