- The government should consider relaxing some foreign investment requirements. For example, reducing the cap on foreign investment, or creating space to negotiate sensible, mutually beneficial investment policies could encourage foreign investment in the country.
- More affordable capital should be made available to entrepreneurs by developing a national credit guarantee specifically for entrepreneurs.
- There should be an entrepreneurship curriculum that is entrenched in the education system, ideally starting from elementary education.
- The Government of Ethiopia could setup an independent entrepreneurship development agency or institution to address market gaps.
- Educational institutions should also shift from purely theoretical training to practical entrepreneurship training that promotes a culture of entrepreneurship.
Overall, the government together with other actors in the entrepreneurial ecosystem should continue supporting and building an entrepreneurship environment that will incentivize Ethiopians in the diaspora to invest in their country and make it easy for foreign investors to invest in the country.