Nairobi is “the most important African business centre between the Mediterranean and Johannesburg”.
Across sub-Saharan Africa there are towns and cities experiencing fast growth on the back of new mining and oil projects or other business activities.
The digital era has dramatically changed the way companies and brands engage with their customers and other stakeholders.
Selling satellite phones, electronics and heavy vehicles is Ian Cox’s business.
DHL is seeing increased growth in its business in the small West African nation.
Engen’s innovative strategy is a marketing tool and a way of growing its business.
Solwezi in Zambia’s Northwestern Province has been described as a modern day African boom town.
Talking prviate equity in Africa with Phatisa’s Stuart Bradley.
Within two days from the time flowers are cut at Kenya’s flower farms they are available for sale in markets such as Sweden.
“If you are prepared to blend your product into Africa, you can get huge returns out of it,” says DHL Express boss.
Just like winemaking, growing a business requires patience and passion.
An EY report shows the majority of organisations surveyed have a desire to reduce their dependence on expatriate skills.
Investec recently invested in Nigeria-based Daraju Industries, which manufactures affordable home and personal care products.
Restaurant company targets East Africa’s growing middle class with seafood chain.
Mama Fresh Injera has teamed up with investors to increase its exports to the US and Europe.