Here are some lessons from the business people featured in the publication on how to grow a startup into a flourishing enterprise. 1. Know why you are doing what you’re doing When starting out, most entrepreneurs typically have a rough idea of where...
On Monday, November 26, 2018, InSight, a spacecraft belonging to America's National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) landed on Mars. According to the New York Times, the spacecraft is expected to study the Mars' underworld, listening for marsquakes and seeking clues...
African ladies are making progress in the field of medicine and medical procedure notwithstanding the difficulties of unequal pay, absence of perceivability and support and additionally minimal deferential treatment. In South Africa, numerous ladies have broken a portion of these obstructions...
The world of building and construction is a tough one to break into, but one entrepreneur in Botswana is doing just that. Laurettah Sibanda, founder of Atlantis Construction Group and Developments (Pty) Ltd, is building a reputation for quality...
In a long-sleeved shirt and jeans, expertly navigating eastern Rwanda’s bumpy back roads in a white four-wheel drive, Dieudonne Twahirwa looks nothing like the stereotypical African farmer. The 30-year-old owner of Gashora Farm knows what a difference that makes. “You need more role...
1. Dr Hend El Sherbini, Integrated Diagnostics Holdings (Egypt) Dr Hend El Sherbini is CEO of Integrated Diagnostics Holdings (IDH), a consumer healthcare company, with operations in Egypt, Jordan, Sudan and Nigeria. Leading a company through the economic and political uncertainty in North...
The Harvard Business School invites applications for their Africa Business Club New Venture Competition in 2019 and as part of the 21st Africa Business Conference, the Africa Business Club is set to host the all important competition. Deadline is...
Recently, Africa has shown to be a fertile ground for Cryptocurrency with several countries such as South Africa, Kenya, Ghana, Zambia, Nigeria and Zimbabwe among others embracing its adoption. There are several reasons to this boom. One of them is the...
After 15 years in the United States, Mary Mwangi planned to return to Kenya, launch a payment product, let it run itself and head back to the States. However, after launching Data Integrated, she found that SMEs were facing intricate issues that...
After six years of working as a journalist, Alima Bawah took a moment to assess the challenges faced by rural communities and decided to tackle one of the problems herself. Through her storytelling, she had identified livestock mortality as...