QUESTIONS FROM THE ARTICLE 1- From your perspective and according to the facts provided in the case, why do women entrepreneurs in Kenya perform a critical role in resolving the electricity shortfall? 2- 2- Which characteristics of females’ entrepreneurial mindsets would influence the success of the solar lighting project in Kenya? Identify three key characteristics and justify their importance. 3- 3- Given the business environment and limitations in Kenya, from your perspective, what is the most effective product mix that can facilitate the commercialization of the value offering? 4- 4- What were the key critical skills needed for women entrepreneurs to enable them to engage in the program? From your perspective, why sales (face-to-face) skill is a vital capability for a woman entrepreneur in commercializing solar lighting product(s)? 5- 5- In the context of BoP (bottom of the pyramid) and countries such as Kenya, which elements of the entrepreneurial 5Ps (profile, pitch etc.) are crucial in determining a female entrepreneur’s success? 6- 6- Given the capital is identified as the most serious problem faced by women entrepreneurs, what are the possible prescriptions to alleviate this issue? 7- 7- Explain which aspect (s) of the business model designed by Lighting Africa Kenya program was innovative and contributed to the value creation process? 8- 8- Given the issues and limitations in the Kenyan market, what is the best configuration of a dream entrepreneurial team to run a female -dominant start-up selling solar lighting products? 9- 9- Based on your understanding of the case, do you think the seven-stage journey concept can apply to women entrepreneurs’ case in Kenya? Explain your reasons.