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Call for CVs/ Firm Profiles & Quotations – BPR

Accelerate Prosperity invites CV/Firm Profiles, Financial quotations inclusive of all (Taxes, Travel & Accommodation) from firms and/or individuals for Trainings & Mentoring Program on:



Accelerate Prosperity (AP) is a part of new global initiative of the AKDN in Central and South Asia, which follows guidance from the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) Board to develop more formal structures to catalyze enterprises within AKDN’s main area development programs, where economic opportunities remain insufficient. Through patient capital and tailored business advisory to startups and businesses, AP complements broader employment-related programs of AKF and draws significantly on technical expertise from the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development’s (AKFED) Industrial Promotion Services (IPS), and coordinates efforts with the AKDN’s financial institutions, the University of Central Asia and many other national partners.

AP’s approach combines financial and non-financial support, recognising that standalone business development services and traditional bank financing are inadequate to catalyse start-ups, grow small firms, and deliver job creation in fragile and emerging markets, particularly for marginalized groups in rural areas. The overall theory of change is that with improved business models, investment readiness along with tailored financing bundled with commercial and B2B linkages driven by the private sector, the supported businesses will be equipped to unlock private sector investments, sales and growth, leading to increased incomes and job creation.


As a part of AP’s pre-and post-financing acceleration services to startups and existing businesses (small-sized), it aims to enable businesses to design and/or improve their business processes and systems, leading to optimization of operations, improved efficiency and transparency.

The primary purpose of this consultancy is to design and deliver a comprehensive training and practice module on BPR for select startups and existing small businesses. This will enable businesses to (re)design their processes and systems, develop flowcharts, relevant guidelines, SOPs, protocols, responsibility matrices and relevant forms/ templates. The consultant would be expected to fully understand the profiles of the startups and existing businesses in AP’s portfolio while designing the training and pedagogy for delivery, and use best practices available in the market for startups and small businesses.


The participants of the training will be expected to gain improved knowledge/ understanding about key BPR concepts and execution strategy as an outcome of the training. The participants are expected to gain the following skills:

  • Initiating (re)engineering exercise;
  • Identifying/ selecting processes for engineering or reengineering;
  • Drawing process flow charts manually as well as using mapping tools/ software;
  • Evaluating a process: identifying value-adding/ non-value-added activities within a process;
  • Evaluating the process outcomes in term of cost, duration and service quality;
  • (Re) engineering the processes to meet business objectives;
  • Developing (re)engineering action plans, fixing responsibilities and timelines for execution;
  • Simulating the new processes for optimum results;
  • Structuring the organization and jobs to support the new process.


  • Mini-lecture (20%), Discussion (20%), Exercise/ Practice (35%), Examples (15%), Mentoring (10%)

The course should use a problem-based methodology and case-study approach in order to engage participants actively in the learning process. Before each course, participants should be encouraged to share their understanding about the course topics and issues around it. During the course, the trainer acts as facilitator along with his team, using interactive learning methods to help participants to share their experiences and learn through participation in activities such as group discussions, case studies, and intense exercises/ practice sessions. The trainer is expected to deliver the course in a way that all participants are able to apply the knowledge gained, in applying/ executing comprehensive and high-quality BPR on their business operations at the end of the training.


  • Training on BPR Delivered
  • Intense Practice Exercises/ Sessions Conducted
  • Exclusive Mentoring on BPR conducted
  • Action Plans for BPR implementation/ execution developed
  • Giveaways Shared – Examples of Flowcharts, Templates/ Forms etc.


  • Startups: Businesses with less than 3 years of operations, both pre-revenue and post-revenue stages. Most of the entrepreneurs are doing business for the first time.
  • Existing Small Businesses: Micro and small businesses with more than 3 years of operations, post-revenue stage. Most of these businesses are run informally and do not have documented processes and systems.


  • Training
  • Mentoring


  • 5 full days of training (6-8 hours per day, including tea & lunch breaks)
    • 2 for AP team
    • 3 for proposed businesses


  • Between 15st October – 15 November 2018. Specific dates TBD.


The required capacities include:

  • 1-2 Trainers
  • 2-3 Mentors (entrepreneurs or corporate BPR practitioners)
  • 1-2 facilitators


Profile of the Trainer(s)

  • An MBA from a reputed university;
  • At least 5-7 years of experience in an established business/ corporation in a senior role in management and operations;
  • A BPR practitioner, with a demonstrated (at least 5-7 years) history of BPR training and execution.

Profile of the Mentor(s)

  • An entrepreneur with experience in setting up and growing a business, especially in challenging circumstances;
  • An experience professional with significant experience in a corporation/ business in a senior role preferably in management and operations.


The participants’ learning results is assessed through the improved understanding of the trainees about key BPR concepts, understanding its utility and execution methods. An improved understanding of the concepts and execution methods are assessed through the following scale (through pre-and post-training assessments). An average score of 70+ is considered of acceptable quality. Pre-and post-training assessments will be done by the AP team on the key topics and the intended outcomes mentioned in this TOR.



Module Rating Definition
90+ High Quality
70<90 Acceptable Quality
<70 Low quality


  • 30% of the total value of consultancy service will be given as mobilization advance;
  • 50% on the delivery of the training and its outputs mentioned above;
  • 20% of the total value of consultancy will ONLY be given as the final payment if the average evaluation score is above 70. It is the exclusive responsibility of the trainer and his/ her team to achieve this score.

The interested individuals/companies can submit the soft copies of the detailed Profiles/CV’s of firms/Individuals along with financial quotations at the below email:

start@accelerateprosperity.org and procurement@akrsp.org.pk

For any Questions/queries:  start@accelerateprosperity.org

The deadline for submitting quotations is WEDNESDAY – 17 October 2018, 11:59 PM

Accelerate Prosperity reserves the right to close the bid before the deadline as soon as it finds the suitable candidate and the minimum competition is ensured.



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