Share The Sport’s chief operating officer David Smith believes developing countries need more business owners to get on the ground to develop them.
He spoke to the ABC’s Lateline on Wednesday to talk about the challenges faced by people from developing countries in their business.
“It’s really difficult to get into the business from an individual’s point of view,” he said.
Mr Smith said a lack of resources was also limiting the amount of people who could be involved in the business.
“I don’t think that we need to have more business people in the world, I think we need more people that have a business mind, and a business ability, and that have the mindset to take that on and take care of the business,” he explained.
The Sport also has to consider the growth of its digital platform.
“It has to be built on an agile basis.
It’s not a one-size-fits-all approach.
In terms of how to create the right environment, the Sport is using its platform to help people understand the different ways people were affected by disasters in different countries.””
[It has] to be a great, global brand and a great social experience, so I think that’s going to be very important,” he added.
In terms of how to create the right environment, the Sport is using its platform to help people understand the different ways people were affected by disasters in different countries.
“We know from a lot of other organisations, they’re trying to build platforms for people, but there’s not necessarily a clear understanding of what it means to be an organisation and a person,” Mr Smith said.
The Sport is also working with partners to support their businesses.
It’s an investment in developing businesses that will help the people who will become the owners of those businesses.
“The way that we’ve been working with our partners is we’ve given them some tools that they can use to help them, because there’s so much information out there,” Mr Williams said.
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