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Ermias Abayneh PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 January 2013 09:36

Name: Ermias Abayneh
Education: Diploma in Law   Company name: Rumi Computer Accessories and Stationary
Title:  General Manager
Founded:  July, 2012 What it does: Sales of computer accessories and stationary items     
HQ: Kazanchis around Menaheria Hotel    
Number of Employees: 4

Startup capital:  100,000 birr  
Current capital:  Growing

Reason for starting business: Because I knew that this business is very profitable. 
Biggest plus of ownership: One can decide on thing without hesitation. Quick decision [not hasty] makes people profitable.
Biggest strength: I always research before starting a business and try to accomplish things on time.  
Biggest weakness: Maybe, being too kind to people
Biggest worry: I worry about rules and regulations of the customs office that comes out now and then; I might miss something that could be considered as wrong some day.
Favorite task: Trade!
Most challenging task: I did an autopsy previously and for me it was a very challenging task.
Plan:  To expand my business well
First Career: Police officer 
Most interested in meeting: I would be glad if I could meet Nelson Mandela
Most admired person: Nelson Mandela 
Stress reducer: Going to church Favorite past time: Reading books and watching movies
Favorite Book: Dertogada, by Yismake Worku
Favorite Destination: Historical places including Lalibela and Axum
Favorite Automobile: Toyota
Favorite Film: Yewondoch Guday, an Amharic comedy film: Because I knew that this business is very profitable. 
Biggest plus of ownership: One can decide on thing without hesitation. Quick decision [not hasty] makes people profitable.
Biggest strength: I always research before starting a business and try to accomplish things on time.  
Biggest weakness: Maybe, being too kind to people
Biggest worry: I worry about rules and regulations of the customs office that comes out now and then; I might miss something that could be considered as wrong some day.
Favorite task: Trade!
Most challenging task: I did an autopsy previously and for me it was a very challenging task.
Plan:  To expand my business well
First Career: Police officer 
Most interested in meeting: I would be glad if I could meet Nelson Mandela
Most admired person: Nelson Mandela 
Stress reducer: Going to church Favorite past time: Reading books and watching movies
Favorite Book: Dertogada, by Yismake Worku
Favorite Destination: Historical places including Lalibela and Axum
Favorite Automobile: Toyota
Favorite Film: Yewondoch Guday, an Amharic comedy film


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