Nicholaus Tutuba

Nicholaus Tutuba
Mzumbe University (MU) · Department of Marketing and Entrepreneurship

Doctor of Business Economics

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Introduction
Nicholaus is a PhD of Business Economics from the University of Hasselt, Belgium. He is a faculty member of the School of Business, Mzumbe University, Tanzania. He is specialized in Innovation Management, Entrepreneurship and Marketing. His research interest includes rural entrepreneurship, governance of natural resources, innovation management, and sustainable agriculture. Currently, Nicholaus is researching in the beekeeping industry, agro-processing, and digital innovation. Thanks
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November 2015 - August 2020
Hasselt University
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  • PhD Student
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  • As a PhD student at the university, research was the main role that i performed. I attended several international conferences to disseminate my research outputs.

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Publications (15)
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How can firms with limited scope and scale compete to create value and appropriate value beyond their existing business? Firms in the beekeeping industry in Tanzania, beekeepers, in particular, have failed to create sufficient value and appropriate a sizable value as they have limited financial resources to invest. The business ecosystem approach i...
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Both creating and capturing value from a business activity cannot be done by a single firm in a single setting. Instead, firms with different competencies should be aligned to present the focal value and proportionately appropriate value. This study describes the governance structure and proposes the framework that organizes beekeeping actors throu...
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The role of business incubators and the impact of their incubation programs have limited realization in nurturing entrepreneurship and industrialization. To foster rural development in developing areas whose population depends on agriculture requires a sustainable model which can nurture firms in the sector. This qualitative case study used ten sel...
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Beekeeping is among the crucial activities that can add value to the existing forests. Bee products are among the potential non-timber forest product value chains which have remained unexploited. This qualitatively descriptive study examines how beekeepers create capture values in the beekeeping industry in Tanzania. Interpretative analysis was use...
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Successful businesses create value for their customers, capture sufficient value for all participating firms, and improve the wellbeing of society - sustainable livelihood. But, beekeepers in Tanzania remained poor despite that they have been working hard to create value from the activity. So, they need to change their business structure through th...
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How does industry architecture drive value creation and value appropriation in the reliant industry? This qualitative exploratory study intends to analyze the industrial architecture through the business model canvas of existing firms in the beekeeping industry in Tanzania. The study uses a business model theory: an architecture of the value creati...
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Management scholars have been expressing relationships between firms in a given industry as a set of supplier-buyer or value chain relationships. They used it as a tool for analyzing the way firms create value for their customers and share value in their industrial context. However, observation of today's volatile business environment suggests that...
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The understanding of a business model has been contained by the necessity to comprehend new ways of commercializing innovation. i.e. to define the architecture of the value creation, delivery, and capture mechanisms. Since the beekeeping sector in Tanzania remained non-commercial, this study analyzes how commercial beekeeping can be achieved throug...
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Beekeeping has been practised for years in Tanzania. But it is substance and local, mostly practised by rural people. Also, it lacks professionalism. In this regard, we have found it useful to professionalize the sector and hence come up with this book. It is a nice book for novice beekeepers.
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Despite increasing investments in the beekeeping sector in Tanzania, the potential for its commercialization is not yet fully utilized. This study intends to analyze the business model structure as a platform for beekeeping commercialization in Tanzanian. The study uses a business model theory. This is an architecture of the value creation, deliver...
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Economic development initiatives in Tanzania recognise the importance of enterprises in the country’s economy. Similarly, rural entrepreneurship has the potential to stimulate the rural economy. The promotion of rural entrepreneurship can help to fulfil that potential, with creation of value for customers as one of the promotion initiatives. Instit...
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Beekeeping is a long established economic activity in Tanzania. It contributes to the national economy by generating some US$ 19 million per annum and employing more than million per annum and employing more than two million people. Beekeeping produces food and medicines, makes a significant contribution to bio-diversity , and encourages agricultur...
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Beekeeping is a long established economic activity in Tanzania. It contributes to the national economy by generating some US$ 19 million per annum and employing more than two million people. Beekeeping produces food and medicines, makes a significant contribution to bio-diversity, and encourages agricultural production through pollination. Moreover...
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Economic development initiatives in Tanzania recognise the importance of enterprises in the country’s economy. Similarly, rural entrepreneurship has the potential to stimulate the rural economy. The promotion of rural entrepreneurship can help to fulfil that potential, with creation of value for customers as one of the promotion initiatives. Instit...
Book
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Mithali. 23:7 "Maana aonavyo nafsini mwake, ndivyo alivyo". Kumbe basi tutaupataje huu utajiri, au ni kipi chanzo kikuu cha utajiri? Jibu ni rahisi sana, na chanzo kikuu cha utajiri kila mmoja wetu anacho, kila mmoja wetu amepewa bure, huhitaji kuingia gharama ya ziada ili kukitumia. Kipo hapo na huenda hujawahi kukitumia. Na kama ukianza kukitumia...

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