The traditional mad holiday rush is upon us and businesses – especially those in retail – need to ensure that a high level of service delivery is maintained.
Over the past year How we made it in Africa wrote about numerous entrepreneurs doing interesting things on the continent.
As African private equity markets evolve, the ‘sweet spot’ is to be found at the smaller end of the deal size spectrum.
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African national oil companies need sufficient resources and backing to achieve their mandates.
Approximately 40% of global SMEs do not perceive Africa as a growth opportunity.
Carlyle recently made a $147m investment in Nigeria’s Diamond Bank.
Greer Valley and Themba Mntambo are the co-founders of Kushn, a designer goods brand that combines leather with African woven textiles.
How we made it in Africa asked a selection of DHL country managers to identify the sector seeing the greatest growth, based on shipment volumes, in their respective territories.
The plan for a coffee shop was born from the desire to do something no-one else was doing.
“Globalisation is one of the key forces shaping the continent’s economic growth, and holds vast untapped potential to sustainably improve living standards for Africans.”
Southern Africa has no shortage of resourceful people grabbing life by the horns.
“To think of the Anzisha Prize as a once-a-year event would be an underestimate of the programme,” says Josh Adler, director of the Centre of Entrepreneurial Leadership at ALA.
In its recent ‘World Economic Outlook’ report, the International Monetary Fund says Chad will be Africa’s fastest growing economy in 2014
“There is no sign of Africa’s exploration activity slowing down, and the continent is expected to continue on its growth path as its attractiveness as an investment destination for the sector becomes ever more apparent due to its untapped resources and potential of new discoveries.”