State-owned enterprise (SOE) is a government-owned company or organization that operates for the benefit of the public, often involved in key industries such as energy, transportation, or telecommunications.
Micro, Small, Medium
MSME is a small to medium-sized business, typically with limited employee numbers and revenue, crucial for economic growth and employment in many countries.
A non-profit company is an organization that operates for a social or charitable mission, with any surplus funds reinvested for its cause rather than distributed to shareholders.
Multinational companies are large corporations with operations in multiple countries, conducting business, trade, and investments on a global scale.
A local corporation is a business operating within a specific geographic area or community, serving its immediate region and typically not expanding internationally.
A family business is a company where ownership and management are primarily controlled by one or more families, often passed down through generations.
Regenerating The Possible
At AMBIZ, we understand that businesses don't operate in isolation. They're deeply embedded in a tapestry of relationships, from investors and employees to customers and the communities they serve.
Our approach to stakeholdership transcends transactional interactions, rooting instead in the philosophy of symbiotic partnerships.