Mzansi Scuba Diving Academy
Case Study

Mzansi Scuba Diving Academy

13 pages
February 2021
Reference: IMD-7-2261

As a partial solution to massive young black unemployment, Kholisile Khumalo founds a scuba diving academy in South Africa. Despite being highly successful he faces several challenges how to scale the business for maximum impact

Learning Objective

Scaling of social enterprises.

Keywords
Strategy, Social Entrepreneurship, Unemployment, Social Entrepreneur, Scaling, Scale-up
Settings
South Africa
Mzansi Scuba Diving Academy, Education
2012-2020
Type
Field Research
Copyright
© IMD 2021
Language
English
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