“Africa is the ‘last frontier’, the more we collectively focus on connecting it with the world, the more sustainable its economies will be and the more jobs we will create.”
51 countries, 60 direct reports, 60,000 customers, 4,000 employees, 14 aircraft, 2 young children and 2 dogs! Charles Brewer is the MD who loves leading all of that.
Two young Rwandans using social agri-preneurship to improve the lives of people in their country.
“US companies can do very well in Africa provided they put in the effort to understand the continent’s markets in detail.”
While oil and gas activity in West Africa is nothing new, it is the activity in East Africa which is creating a stir amongst exploration companies and of course, their suppliers.
There is another side to the Nigeria story that has been overshadowed by the recent headlines.
Businesses which do not allocate time mid-year to reflect and plan are running the risk of not operating at their full potential.
Standard Bank expects East African oil and gas discoveries to fundamentally transform the region’s economies.
As Nigeria continues to grow economically, so do the trade opportunities for South African businesses.
A new global DHL study on Augmented Reality in logistics focuses on possible applications of this emerging trend in the different stages of the supply chain.
From the moment M-Pesa launched in Kenya in 2007, Africa was heralded as the leader in mobile payment services.
Over the next 10 years, online retail will continue to gain popularity in both developed and emerging markets.
The fear of failure is a common occurrence in any entrepreneur’s journey.
“If there is a crisis I don’t panic.”
“Very few countries are able to grow and accumulate wealth without investing in their manufacturing sectors.”